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Top stories of the year, 1938

December 26, 2008 |  6:00 am



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Czechoslovakia, the Holocaust, gains by the Republican Party and "Wrong Way" Corrigan's flight to Ireland were the four most important stories of the year, according to the Gallup poll.



One 1938 story we neglected at the Daily Mirror was Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast. Listen to it here.
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Errol Flynn, pacifist: "I'm strongly opposed to war," he says of making "Dawn Patrol."
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The unbeaten Duke team gets ready
to meet USC in the Rose Bowl.
(USC won, 7-3).


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