I subscribe to the New York times online and I recieved this e-maila little while ago. I wouldn't mind having the issue that covered the sinking of the Titanic myself. Just thought some of you may also like to get little slice of history.
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May 22, 1927: Lindbergh Crosses the Atlantic
May 8, 1945: War in Europe Ends
July 21, 1969: Men Walk on the Moon
January 1, 2000: Millennium edition
September 12, 2001: America Attacked
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