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Title The Japanese earthquake : first pictures of 'devastated areas' and scenes brought 11,000 miles in 21 days / The Daily Mirror.

Published London [England] : Printed and published by The Daily Mirror Newspapers, Ltd., 1923.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/EA  DS897.T6 DAIL 1923  no.6208 Sept 27, 1923  JPN    IN TRANSIT
Physical description 20 pages : illustrations ; 38 cm.
Series The Daily mirror ; no. 6,208, Thursday September 27, 1923.
Daily mirror (London, England) ; no. 6208 (September 27, 1923)
Notes "The wrecked waterfront at Yokohama after the disastrous earthquake which devastated Yokohama and Tokio. [...] This picture and others on pages 10, 11 and 20 are the first photographs of the catastrophe to reach this country. the story of their journey from Japan, across America by aeroplane in an adventurous race with the representatives of rival newspapers and thence to England, is one of the most thrilling in the history of journalism." --Page 1.
Title from caption.
Subject Earthquakes -- Japan -- Tokyo.
Earthquakes -- Japan -- Yokohama-shi.
Disasters -- Press coverage -- History.
English newspapers -- England -- London.
Tokyo (Japan) -- Earthquake, 1923.
Yokohama-shi (Japan) -- History -- 20th century.
London (England) -- Newspapers.