The Daily Mirror Costs One Halfpenny

The Daily Mirror newspaper published in London. England, by the press baron Alfred Harmsworth in 1903 and cost one halfpenny. It had a smaller format than regular newspapers and relied on photographs.

      Alfred Harmsworth
      press baron
      London. England

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