Not to be confused with the U.S. publication of the same name, this British title dates back to the First World War. Originally known as 'Blighty', the publication was issued to troops between 1916 and 1920. It was printed in Britain and often circulated for free. While maintaining its' humorous edge and delectable pinups over the years, the name change ocurred in 1960 and shifted focus toward the male reader.

The Los Angeles Times began distributing the U.S. version og Parade in 1996 with its Sunday edition.





            



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