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The Daily Mirror Digital Archive

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Kombinierte Volltext- und Faksimileausgabe der britischen Tageszeitung "The Daily Mirror". Das Archiv der erstmals 1903 von Alfred Harmsworth als Frauenzeitschrift herausgegebenen Zeitung umfasst ca. 1,25 Millionen Seiten. "The Daily Mirror" gehörte zu den ersten Zeitungen, die die Bildberichterstattung verwendete. Berichtszeitraum: 1903 ff.

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The Daily Mirror was first publisher in 1903 by Alfred Harmsworth (later Lord Northcliffe) as a newspaper for women, run by women. Then in 1904 the pioneering decision to publish photographs was taken. This innovative use of photography was immediately popular and the relaunched Mirror rapidly established itself with a circulation of more than 500,000.

Circulation continued to grow and by 1930 the Daily Mirror was selling over 1 million copies per day. The appeal of a left wing paper for the working men and women of Britain grew and with editorial stances such as campaigning against the appeasement of Hitler (The Daily Mirror was the only British popular newspaper to do so consistently) the circulation grew to 4.5 million copies per day.

Throughout the Second World War, The Daily Mirror was the paper of the "ordinary" soldier and civilian, critical of the incompetence of the old-fashioned establishment and even threatened with closure on one notable occasion. At the end of the war the paper campaigned vigorously for the Labour Party and those emotive calls for social justice and equality were met with the elections of a Labour Government armed with a powerful mandate for social and welfare reform.

Since then, the newspaper has continued its position as a popular tabloid newspaper that covers the events and storied that have shaped our modern world, in an open and accessible style. The Daily mirror remains the people's paper.

The Daily Mirror Facts & Figures

- Founded: 1903

- The archive provides access to over 1.25 million pages of the newspaper.

- Content: Contemporary accounts and opinion of the stories, places and people involved in the events that have shaped our history and in turn, modern Britain.

- Interesting Fact: The Daily Mirror was the first newspaper to publish photographs. The photography archive now numbers well in excess of 30 million images.

- Biggest single edition: The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, sold in excess of 7 million copies.

- Key Subject categories include: The development of the trade union movement, the suffragette campaign, the rise of the Labour Party from Keir Hardie to Tony Blair, World War One, the General Strike, World War II, The Welfare State, British Politics since 1903, social history, history of popular culture, fashion, sport...

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