The most iconic newspaper headlines ever printed

Published on October 7th, 2009 | by Sevaan Franks

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CreativeCloud has compiled a list of 15 of the most iconic newspaper headlines ever printed. It’s interesting to see how these major news items were actually presented in some papers at the time.

On 2nd May 1945, The News Chronicle, which later became the Daily Mail, published this bold headline. At the time, nobody could be sure if this news was true. The accompanying article claimed that Hitler had been killed in action, although it later transpired he had committed suicide in a bunker under Chancery in Berlin.

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