The Los Angeles Mirror was an afternoon tabloid launched by the owners of the Los Angeles Times in 1948 to compete with the Los Angeles Daily News. In 1954, the Mirror absorbed the Daily News, and becoming the Mirror-News. The tabloid ceased publication in 1962.

Los Angeles Mirror in The Hot WarEdit

The Los Angeles Mirror was one of several Los Angeles businesses destroyed when the Soviet Union dropped two atomic bombs on the city on March 2, 1951.[1]


  1. Bombs Away, pg. 168, ebook.