Eight days after Britain had declared war on Germany, the ILN launched a new magazine devoted solely to conflict.
The first issue of the ILN sold over 20,000 copies; by 1851 its circulation had risen to 130,000.
Launched at a time when the public were keen to receive news of the Second Boer War.
The Tatler’s weekly content took in news of society engagements, royal events, theatre, the arts, fashion and sport
Society gossip, travel destinations, motoring, aviation, fashion, nightlife, royalty, sport, politics and theatre
A light-hearted mix of theatre, celebrity and gossip
Founded in 1874 to concentrate predominantly on sport and drama
Pictorial paper to rival the ILN and engaged the services of some of the finest artists
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