☉ Foreign Correspondence Author John Hohenberg – Varanus.us

Foreign Correspondence This Book Is A Colorful Account Of The Rise Of The Independent Foreign Correspondent In The Western World It Is Than An Adventure Story From William Russell Of The Times Of London In The Crimea To The Embattled American Correspondents In Viet Nam, It Details The Development Of The Foreign Correspondent As A Potent Force In The Gathering Of The News And Even In The Shaping Of Foreign Policy Some Of The Glamour Of History Is In These Pages The Roles Of Winston Church And Georges Clemenceau As Journalists, As Well As Those Of Ernie Pyle And James Reston Some Of The Far From Noble Exploits Of The Correspondent, Such As The Persecution Of Parnell And The Campaign For The Spanish American War, Will Be Found Here, Too From Mounted Dispatch Rider And The Carrier Pigeon To The Telegraph And Telstar, The World Of The Foreign Correspondent, Particularly The Censor Is Held Up To Scrutiny Basic To The Entire Account Is The Conflict, As It Has Developed Over The Years, Between The Public S Right To Know And What Some In The Government Call The Public S Need To Know Mr Hohenberg S Lively Narrative Is Told Against A Background Of Two Centuries Of History The Role Of The Foreign Correspondent In War And Peace, In Dealing With Kings, Dictators, And Presidents, In Exploration And Science, In The Common Matters Of Human Interest That Always Attract A Mass Audience He Describes The Rise Of The Global News Agencies, From Havas And Reuters To The Associated Press And United Press International, And, Behind The Iron Curtain, Tass And Hsin Hua He Tells The Story Of The Powerful Newspapers In The Foreign Affairs Area The Times Of London And The New York Times, Among Others But Always Places Primary Emphasis On The Independent Foreign Correspondent.

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