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  • Title: Reporting World War II Vol. 1: American Journalism 1938-1944
  • Author: Samuel Hynes Samuel Hynes Anne Matthews Nancy Caldwell Sorel Roger J. Spiller
  • ISBN: 9781883011048
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Hardcover

  • This unique 50th anniversary collection recaptures the century s greatest cataclysm and the brilliant generation of American journalists who reported it nearly 90 writers, the best of a remarkable generation whose talent, sense of purpose, and physical courage remain unsurpassed in the annals of war reporting Includes a detailed chronology of the war, historical maps, aThis unique 50th anniversary collection recaptures the century s greatest cataclysm and the brilliant generation of American journalists who reported it nearly 90 writers, the best of a remarkable generation whose talent, sense of purpose, and physical courage remain unsurpassed in the annals of war reporting Includes a detailed chronology of the war, historical maps, a glossary of military terms, and photos and illustrations.
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    Commentaires:

    Brian
    (Review written in 2002) A remarkable work from a unique and non-profit publisher. These two volumes gather contemporaneous news articles and radio transcripts from the years 1938-1946, including two full books, Up Front and Hiroshima. Hollywood has done a fair job of providing all of us with the bare bones of World War II history; these books help fill in the blanks.Many comparisons are being drawn lately between World War II and the current "War" on terrorism: reading these books points out bo [...]

    David
    Contemporaneous accounts of first part of WW II (1938-January 1944) by American writers, published no later than 1945. Many excerpts of books, long articles, also some news coverage and radio broadcasts. Really interesting and compelling material -- more than journalism, fresher than history. Broad spectrum of writers covering many aspects of the conflict. Much material new to me, and I'm pretty well-versed in this era! Great!!792 pages of articles, plus good chronology of the war, bios of the w [...]

    Laura-nassidesa Eschbaugh
    If you have an interest in WWIi this is a wonderful reference. There are reporting from all theaters as well as state side. This is a ring side seat to what was happening in the trenches, and at home. The scope of topics as well as the variety of reporters adds to the historical veracity of this book

    Oliver Bateman
    Probably the best way to experience WW2. I've squeezed three long papers out of five hundred pages of these volumes, with more academic makework to come. Contains the better A.J. Liebling selections.

    Robert
    I love this book. The writing is so good; it brings the whole history of the War to life. This all happened over half a century ago, but when reading these reports, you are there, now. It's not a book I am boiling through, but rather one I pick up and digest an article or two.

    Tina
    Reading these news reports made me feel like I was actually there. I highly recommend these two volumes to give an immediacy to World War II. It was interesting to note the casual racism when talking about the "Japs".

    David
    I completed this book, and it was riveting reading. History on the hoof, as it were. I'm working on the second volume a little bit at a time, savoring it. What a great way to learn history at the ground level.

    Douglas
    Awesome. Gives a much clearer picture of the events of WWII. It's scary how much of the early years of this history reminds one of events in today's world. Mankind has not learned much in the intervening years.

    Wayne Mackeson
    real, immediate & raw.

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