Reporting World War II.: American journalism, 1944-1946
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Drawn from wartime newspaper and magazine reports, radio transcripts, and books, this unique two-volume anthology collects 191 pieces by eighty writers recording events from the Munich crisis to the birth of the nuclear age.
"At last, the best of the great writing about the world's greatest war. A treasure". -- David Brinkley, ABC News
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kcshankd - LibraryThing
Mostly excellent. There were a few selections that were more reporter-centric then I would have preferred, but then it is a book about reporting WW II. Liebling, Pyle, and the Tarawa account stand out. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bezoar44 - LibraryThing
This volume is probably just as good as volume 1, but I enjoyed it less. That's in part because almost 200 pages in the middle of this volume are from Bill Mauldin's book Up Front. While his cartoons ... Read full review
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