Get a snapshot view of the 1960s with over 100 news reports from the Washington Post at the time. 1960-1969 was arguably the most memorable decade of the 20th century. It saw dramatic advances in technology, a music revolution and the tragic deaths of John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King. There was the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. All the while, the terrible events unfolding in Vietnam and the constant calls for an end to the conflict are covered at length. These historic events and more are recorded here in reports, compiled as they happened, and scanned from original Washington Post newspapers. Bound in a hard back slate grey cover, measuring 12.5”x15” this book reflects an important decade of history.
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