Nybrott (Larvik newspaper)
Nybrott (lit. "New Clearing") was a Norwegian newspaper published in Larvik in Vestfold county, Norway.
Nybrot was started on 9 September 1911 as a Labour Party newspaper. It was first weekly, was...
The Angry Pacifist
The Angry Pacifist was a magazine produced by Daws Hill and Naphill peace camps. It produced two editions, both in 1984. The funds needed to produce the magazine were raised through a peace walk, star...
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TV Comic
TV Comic was a British comic book published weekly from 9 November 1951 until 29 June 1984. Originally started by Beaverbrook, it was published by Polystyle Publications from 1960 and featured stories...
Epistemological Letters
Epistemological Letters was a hand-typed, mimeographed, "underground" physics newsletter about quantum physics that was sent out to a private mailing list, or what physicist John Clauser called a "qua...
Undercurrents (magazine)
Undercurrents, 'the magazine of alternative science and technology' (ISSN 0306-2392), was published in England between 1972 and 1984: when it was merged into Resurgence: 63 editions altogether. For m...
Amárach
Amárach (Irish: Tomorrow) was an Irish-language publication published in Galway. It targeted the Irish-speaking population of the gaeltacht areas and received funding from the Irish Government Departm...
Cassville Republican
The Cassville Republican was a weekly newspaper in the town of Cassville, Missouri, the county seat of Barry County, Missouri. The newspaper was founded in 1872 and ceased operation in 1984, after 112...
Energy Matters
Energy Matters was the title of a magazine published by students at the University of Cambridge between November 1980 and June 1984. Its objective, outlined in the editorial to the first edition.", w...
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Journal of the Welsh Bibliographical Society
The Journal of the Welsh Bibliographical Society was published annually from 1910 to 1984. It contained scholarly articles on Welsh writers, bibliographic research, and society notes in English and We...
Tammy (comics)
Tammy was a weekly British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 1971 to 1984, at which point it merged with Girl. Other titles which had merged with Tammy before then include Sally, Sa...
Rome Daily American
The Rome Daily American was an English language daily newspaper published in Rome, Italy which operated from 1946 to 1986.
The Daily American was started by three GIs taking advantage of the disco...
New Edinburgh Review
The Edinburgh Review has been the title of three distinct intellectual and cultural magazines. The best known, longest-lasting and most influential of the three was the second, which was published reg...
Kyabram Union
The Kyabram Union was a weekly newspaper published from 1886 until 1894. The first issue of the Kyabram Union was on 21 May 1886. In 1894, the name changed to the Kyabram Union & Rodney Shire Advo...
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Inquiry (magazine)
Inquiry was a libertarian magazine published from November 1977 to 1984. It was originally published by the Cato Institute, then later transferred to the Libertarian Review Foundation.
Inquiry was...
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Inniú
Inniú (Irish: Today) was an Irish-language newspaper, published in Dublin, Ireland, from 17 March 1943 until 24 August 1984 when it was merged with the Galway-based publication Amárach to form a new w...
Videogaming Illustrated
Videogaming Illustrated was a video game magazine published in the United States and ran from August 1982 to March 1984. It changed its title twice: in issue June 1983 to Videogaming and Computer Gami...
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Suburban Trib
The Suburban Trib was a three-day-a-week newspaper, albeit with its own staff and policies, inserted into suburban issues of the Chicago Tribune. The Suburban Trib operated from 1967 until it was dis...
The Star (Hong Kong)
The Star was Hong Kong's first tabloid newspaper, founded in 1965 and closed down in 1984. It was founded by Graham Jenkins, an Australian journalist, who was the newspaper's editor until 1979. After ...
Bananas (magazine)
Robert Lawrence Stine (born October 8, 1943), known as R. L. Stine, and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American writer and producer. Stine, who is called the "Stephen King of children's literature," is the a...
The North Queensland Register
The North Queensland Register was a newspaper published in Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia from 15 June 15, 1892 to 30 March 1984.It was nicknamed the "Bushman's Bible".
The paper has been ...
Misty (comics)
Misty was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4th Feb 1978 until 1984, after merging with Tammy on 19 January 1980. It consisted of a collection of many small strips, with t...
Morgenavisen
Morgenavisen is a former Norwegian daily newspaper, published in Bergen, Norway from 1902 to 1984. Its first editor was Anders Stilloff, who edited the newspaper from 1902 to 1915. From its establishm...
The Home Computer Course
The Home Computer Course (ISSN 0265-2919) was a partwork magazine published by Orbis Publishing in the United Kingdom during 1983 and 1984, covering the subject of home computer technology. It ra...
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Bedi Kartlisa
Bedi Kartlisa. Revue de Kartvélologie was an international academic journal specializing in the language, literature, history and art of Georgia (Kartvelology) published from 1948 to 1984. It derived ...
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Tit-Bits
Tit-Bits (or to give it its full title Tit-Bits from all the interesting Books, Periodicals, and Newspapers of the World) was a British weekly magazine founded by George Newnes on 22 October 1881 unti...