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The International Herald Tribune archive covers 126 years of reportage, with contributors from various countries and cultures. The International Herald Tribune began as the European edition of The New York Herald in 1887. In 1967, after the end of the New York Herald Tribune, the newspaper was renamed the International Herald Tribune. The archive includes over 500,000 pages with over 6 million articles. The archive covers a diverse range of content, from war reporting to cultural criticism.
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History, World History, News Media, Journalism and Publishing, Historical Newspapers, International Newspapers