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Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: Britain announced it would take control of British and colonial shipping in 1940.

Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: The film “Stanley and Livingstone” opened in Paris in 1939.

1939: Pont St. Louis Falls Into Seine

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Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: A bridge crashed into the Seine in 1939.

From the International Herald Tribune archives: After intense German shelling near Arras in 1914, the French fight back.

1914: Scandinavian Alliance Formed

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Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: Three Scandinavian countries concluded an alliance in 1914.

1939: Louvre Hides Art in Vaults

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From the International Herald Tribune archives: All original artwork at the Louvre was removed for the duration of the war in 1939.

1889: Influenza Grips Germany

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Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: A flu epidemic shuts down public services in Berlin in 1889.

1939: Second Meatless Day Is Named

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Highlights from the International Herald Tribune archives: A second day without meat is introduced in wartime France in 1939.

1964: University Sues to Block Film

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From the International Herald Tribune archives: A court battle started over a comedy about college football players in 1964.

1914: King George Addresses Army

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From the International Herald Tribune archives: King George adressed his troops in 1914.

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