Lietuviu Balsas (Buenos Aires)... Apr.14,1949-Oct.1,1977:[Gaps]
tiempo (Buenos Aires)... Mar.28,1950-July 16,1976:[Gaps]
Libre Pensador (Buenos Aires)... Aug.1,1878-Feb.1,1884:[Lacks:Jan.11,1883]
A virtually complete record for its first years, the paper covers a period of political turbulence leading up to civil disturbances at the end of the century, a period that also marked the end of the wars against indigenous populations in Argentina and the rise of president Julio Roca. This era was one of accelerated immigration, exceptional economic growth, financial speculation, and, increasingly, government corruption.
Razon (Buenos Aires)... Sept. 1, 1920-Apr. 17, 1946; Jan. 1,
1957-Dec. 31, 1960
La Razon began publishing in 1905, coinciding with the rise of Argentina as an influential representative in the region. Election reforms of the times led ultimately to the rise of radical regimes and ushered in a new era of politics in Argentina, reflected in frequent political battles between conservatives and liberals and strong opposition by revolutionary movements. A happy outcome of the La Razon filming was that, once completed, the print was deposited in the archives of Clarin in Buenos Aires, which now owns La Razon.
Pastoge (Sydney, Australia)... Jan.26,1949-Dec.17,1976:[Gaps]
Bengal Times (Dhaka)... Mar.11,1933-July 22,1939:[Gaps]
The East Bengal Times was published in Dhaka
from the late 1920’s through the 1930’s, and its news and commentaries
chronicled the growing nationalistic and religious tensions in South Asia during that critical time.
(Sarajevo)... 1947-1949,1967-1972):[Lacks June 1,1971]
Odjek is semi-monthly Serbo-Croatian language paper from Sarajevo, Bosnia, that began publication in 1947. According to its website, Odjek is "a review for Art, Science and Social issues [that] was established in 1947 to promote the ideas in the domain of culture, art, philosophy, sociology and politics. Throughout its existence, ODJEK has been the focus of lively and fruitful exchange of ideas on above-mentioned issues, gathering intellectuals and artists from entire former Yugoslavia, as well as international authors".
Times (Shanghai)... Dec.2,1927-Sept.17,1945:[Gaps]
Prensa (Barranquilla)... Apr.16,1955-Sept.30,1960:[Gaps]
Times (San Jose)... Dec.14,1973-Nov.28,1980:[Gaps]
The Tico Times was the first English-language newspaper in Central America. It was founded in 1956 by
U.S. newswoman Betty Dyer after students from San Jose's Lincoln School asked her to give them some tips on journalism. The paper continues to be published today, and can be accessed online at http://www.ticotimes.net/.
Slavonije (Osijek)... May 1,1946-Dec.18,1956:[Gaps]
This daily Serbo-Croatian language paper from Osijek, Croatia began publication in June 1943. The
newspaper was an important publication in Croatia, existing during the formation of the Socialist republic of Croatia in the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, following World War II. The paper is still published and can be accessed online at http://www.glas-slavonije.hr.
vjesnik (Zagreb)... July 25,1945-Apr.5,1952:[Gaps]
Listy (Prague)... Oct. 28, 1918-1932
The daily "National News" was published in Prague
beginning in 1861. This Czech language paper is considered one of
the foremost dailies from the region. The National Library of the
Czech Republic reports 1882-1918 in their filmed inventory, and
the British Library has filmed portions of 1918 and 1919.
Bourse Egyptienne (Cairo)... Mar.1930-Oct. 10, 1931, Ja. '43-May,
'52, Feb.-Ap., '55, Oct.27, '56-Dec., '63
This French-language title was founded in the mid-19th century
amid the wave of European migration to Egypt and the explosion of
the Western press. It quickly became a prominent foreign-language
title, in competition with the English Egyptian Gazette.
Journal d'Alexandrie (Alexandria)... Apr. 6, 1951-June, 1954
al-Jami’ah (Cairo)... Dec.25,1972-Apr.12,1976:[Gaps]
Eritrean Daily News (Asmara)... Jun. 17, 1941 - Oct. 5, 1947 / Il
Quotidiano Eritreo (Asmara)...Aug, 1944-1950
This title (later two separate editions), published during the
tumultuous years of World War II, was issued by the British Ministry
of Information and reflects the politics of British military rule
in Eritrea and Ethiopia following the Italian colonial era. It reported
on war news for Allied personnel in Africa as well as for the local
population, and provides a comparative international perspective
to regional independent papers, such as Hanti Eritrea.
Sak’art’velo (T’bilisi)... May 10,1963-Mar.25,1988:[Gaps]
Hungary (Budapest)...1946 - 1947
nemzet (Budapest)... Aug.27,Sept.7,1940,Nov.15,1941-1945,
Szo (Budapest)... Apr.19, 1945-Dec., 1949
Several titles from pre-1956 garner interest among scholars
of Hungary. This title was published from 1899 until February 3,
1952. It served as the central organ of the National Peasant Party.
The paper enjoyed a brief resurgance during the period between the
Hungarian revolution and the Soviet crackdown, and published several
issues in 1956.
Magyarorszag (Budapest)...July, 1945-June 19, 1948: [Few gaps]
This is a weekly newspaper of world politics and the intellectual
life in Hungary. It was published from July 3, 1945 through June
19, 1948. The paper was also published in a fortnightly English
edition, New Hungary, from April 15, 1946 until March 1,
(Bombay)... 1882-83,1887, 1891-92,1895-1899,1920-1930
Hispano Americano (Tijuana)... Apr.30,1943-June 11,1948:[Gaps]
Hombre Libre (Mexico City)... Sept.18,1933-Apr.28,1941:[Gaps]
(Mexico City).... July 18,1919-Mar.13,1944
Popular (Mexico City)... June 1,1938-July 28,1949:[Gaps]
(Lima)... 1945 -1949, 1957 - 1963
Published from 1945 until the mid-1960's, this title originated
as a leftist paper professing to be "the voice for what the
people think." This period is important for the study of Peru's
fledgling democracy and the frequent clashes between populist and
radical political movements in the region.
(Warsaw)... July 31,1921-July 30,1939:[Gaps]
Tagblatt (Bucharest)... Dec.12,1916-Aug.1,1918:[Gaps]
(Bucharest)... May 19,1914-Feb.16,1927:[Gaps]
Eleore (Bucharest)... Mar.9,1956-June 30,1961;Jan.3,1969-Dec.31,1971:[Gaps]
Bucurestilor (Bucharest)... Dec.13,1916-Nov.11,1918:[Gaps]
Politique (Bucharest)... Jan.23,1915-Aug.13,1916:[Gaps]
Lloyd (Bucharest)... June 1,1914-Dec.31,1915:[Gaps]
(Ljubljana)... July 22,1932-Apr.1,1941:[Lacks Jan.1937-Jan.1939]
szo (Bratislava)... Mar.19,1949-Feb.22,1955;July 13,1956-Mar.1959:[Gaps]
This newspaper began publishing around the time of the Communist takeover of Czechoslovakia in February, 1948, and was one of the first Hungarian language newspapers in the region. Uj szo continues to be published in Bratislava.
(Izmir)... 1950-Jun. 22,1954
Classified as a "provincial" newspaper, this title
is the largest in the region of western Turkey. The publication
began in 1911.
(Istanbul)... Mar. 1952- Jan. 5, 1962:[Gaps]
In Turkey's republican period, the press witnessed rapid development.
This process was further accelerated when a multi-party regime was
adopted in 1946. Dunya is a daily business newspaper that
began publication in 1952.
Daily News (Ankara)... Aug. 8,1973-Mar.3,1980:[Gaps]
Journal (Caracas)... Aug.30,1946-Dec.26,1949:[Gaps]
Universal (Caracas)... 1911 - 1944
El Universal was founded in 1909 by poet Andrés Mata and writer and lawyer Andrés Jorge Vigas. It remains in publication and is considered one of the newspapers of record in Venezuela.