The Beatles - How Our Boys Conquered America
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Marking 50 years since the Beatles shook America, this souvenir Daily Mirror magazine priced GBP4.99 celebrates the unique impact of the Fab Four when they first travelled across the Atlantic Ocean. It was in February 1964 that John, Paul, George and Ringo flew to New York for the first time and were welcomed by unprecedented scenes of excitement and hysteria. Their performance on The Ed Sullivan Show was watched by 73 million people, then the largest TV audience in US history, and confirmed their extraordinary impact on the American population. Featuring rare and unseen images from the magnificent Mirror archive, this special anniversary magazine documents the Beatles' two triumphant visits to the US in 1964, with special insight from a lost diary by a Liverpool journalist (coincidentally called George Harrison) who followed the boys across America. It's a must-have souvenir for any Beatles fan.
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