DEADLY TIMES: The 1910 Bombing of the Los Angeles Times and America's Forgotten Decade of Terror
Between 1907 and 1911, the United States was hit by the longest period of sustained terrorism in its history. Of more than two hundred bombings that were carried out during this period, the most shocking was the dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times building which killed twenty people. This is the riveting story of that tumultuous time. 32 pages of photos.
Publisher: Globe Pequot
Item #: 299142X
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