Price: 5.00 euro Size: 56x39cm./22×15.3inch. Weight: 56gr./1.9oz. Pages: 14 Published: 12-13 December 1971
Polish newspaper „Zycie Warszawy” (Life of Warsaw) issued on the historic day of assignating Edward Gierek on the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party and establishing new Party Authorities 12-13 December 1971. Newspaper has some minor tears on margins and one on the first page in the middle. Edward Gierek – at the end of the 1960s, he became the natural leader of the party and after the bloody suppressed speech of the workers in December 1970, he replaced the compromised Władysław Gomułka as the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party. During his reign, many large investments were made, financed by Western loans. Built, among others Huta Katowice and Northern Port. Consumption developed, and the living standards increased noticeably within a few years. The borders were partially opened, giving thousands of Poles the opportunity to travel to the West. After the uprising of “Solidarity” he was forced to resign. In July 1981 he was removed from the party as a person co-responsible for the political and economic crisis. He was interned during martial law. He made no attempt to return to politics and settled in Ustroń.
Price: 20.00 euro Size: 52x35cm./20.4×13.7inch. Weight: 35gr./1.2oz. Pages: 12 Published: 5 November 1961
Polish newspaper „Kulisy” (Backstage) issued on 5 November 1961. Newspaper was folded on four. Unique polish newspaper with beautiful space art! On the title page headline news: „On the way to the stars, prepare scientists and technicians for the greatest journey…we expect in the in the near future, soviet man will go to the moon and the neighboring planets of the solar system”, other news: “Expo 67 in Moscow” and many others. Also there is a section about the famous Titanic movie “A Night To Remember”. According to critics one of the best Titanic movies ever made.
Price: 2.50 euro Size: 47x32cm./18.5×12.5inch. Weight: 25gr./0.8oz. Pages: 4 Published: 1 December 1950
Polish newspaper „Dziennik Polski” (Polish Daily) issued on 1 December 1950. Newspaper was folded in two and has some tear in the middle. On the title page headline news: „The Chinese people are peace-loving, yet they are not afraid of war against the aggressors. People’s China delegate demands the withdrawal of US troops from Taiwan and Korea.”, other news: “The Korean People’s Army is 38 km from Pyongyang”, “General Chuikov’s letter to Mc Cloy regarding the attack on the Soviet plane” and many others.
Price: 10.00 euro Size: 52x36cm./20.4×14.1inch. Weight: 30gr./1oz. Pages: 6 Published: 5 April 1968
Polish newspaper “Express Wieczorny” (Express Evening) issued on the historic day of assasination of Martin Luther King 5 April 1968. Newspaper was folded on four. On the title page headline news: „The monstrous crime of racists in Memphis. American Negro leader Dr. Martin King assassinated”, other news: “The Perspectives of the Vietnam Peace Talks”, “The unmanned Apollo flight, which the Americans want to fly to the moon, ended in failure” and many others. Martin Luther King Jr. (born January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, died April 4, 1968 in Memphis) – American Baptist pastor, leader of the civil rights movement, activist for the equality of African Americans and the elimination of racial discrimination, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize of 1964, man of the year 1963 magazine ” Time ”. Murdered on April 4, 1968 by political opponents.