Reveille (newspaper)

Reveille was a temporarily very popular British weekly newspaper.

Founded in 1940 as a journal of the British Army in World War II, the sheet was acquired in 1947 by the group of companies of the Daily Mirror.

In the 1950s, the tide brought a lot of light entertainment, in particular, numerous articles about the British royal family, but also short stories. In the 1960s an attempt was made to modernize with pop posters and glamor girls under the title Reveille Magazine. In 1973, a re- renaming in New Reveille, which was reversed in March 1975. The last issue was published on August 17, 1979