International Reporting 1928-1985: From the Activities of the League of Nations to present-day Global Problems

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Heinz-Dietrich Fischer, Erika J. Fischer
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1987 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 437 pages
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Seit 1917 wird der Pulitzer-Preis jährlich von der School of Journalism an der New Yorker Columbia Universität vergeben. Mittlerweile existieren Preise in 21 Kategorien aus den Bereichen Journalismus, Literatur und Musik. The Pulitzer Price Archive stellt die Geschichte dieser Auszeichnung von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart vor: Die Abteilungen A bis E dokumentieren und kommentieren, chronologisch geordnet, die Preisverleihungen. Abteilung F erschließt die Geschichte der Preise bio- und bibliographisch. Abteilung G liefert die Hintergründe zu den Entscheidungen.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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SELECTIONS FROM AWARDWINNING ENTRIES
1
REMARKS ABOUT THE SELECTIONS CRITERIA
2
FROM GENEVA SWITZERLAND IN 1928
3
VITAL NATIONAL INTERESTS MAY CAUSE AN INTERNATIONAL DRAMA
4
FROM PARIS FRANCE IN 1929
7
GERMAN REPARATION ANNUITIES TO BELGIUM ARE ACCEPTED
8
FROM NOVGOROD SOVIET UNION IN 1930
17
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1957
169
THE COUNTRY IS WARNED U S WILL DEFEND TURKEY IF ATTACKED
170
FROM HAVANNA CUBA IN 1958
175
POLITICIANS GATHER PERSONAL PROFIT FROM CONSTRUCTION GRAFT
176
FROM WARSAW POLAND IN 1959
181
NIXON AND GOMULKA TALKS ARE SAID TO IMPROVE RELATIONS
182
FROM LEOPOLDVILLE CONGO IN 1960
187
A PRESENCE OF UN TROOPS MEANS A RISK OF LIVES NOW
188

FORD SEEMS TO FIT IN THE SOVIET FIVEYEARPLAN SCHEDULE
18
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1931
25
SOCIALISM IS NUMBER ONE IN THE SOVIET UNION PROGRAM
26
FROM BERLIN GERMANY IN 1932
31
HITLER SEES HIS CHANCE TO BECOME THE NATIONS DICTATOR
32
FROM BERLIN GERMANY IN 1933
35
AN INCENDIARY FIRE WRECKS THE GERMAN REICHSTAG BUILDING
36
FROM WASHINGTON D C UNITED STATES IN 1934
41
TRADE BANS WAR IN THE EYES OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER
42
FROM ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA IN 1935
45
THE COUNTRY IS TRYING HARD TO BUY U S AND JAPANESE WEAPONS
46
FROM LIEGE BELGIUM IN 1936
49
PEACE FACES INSTABILITY ON THE GERMANBELGIAN FRONTIER
50
FROM WASHINGTON D C UNITED STATES IN 1937
53
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT INTENDS TO SHIELD AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
54
FROM BERLIN GERMANY IN 1938
63
HERMANN GÖRING IS STILL NUMBER TWO IN THE THIRD REICH
64
FROM BERLIN GERMANY IN 1939
67
ADOLF HITLER TRIES TO DEAL POLAND A BLOW WITH RUSSIA
68
FROM VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD IN 1940
73
SOME OF THE FUTURE HIGHLIGHTS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS
74
FROM RANGOON BURMA IN 1941
75
POLITICAL LEADERS TEND TO SHOW A PROJAPANESE ATTITUDE
76
FROM THE SOLOMONS PACIFIC IN 1942
81
U S NAVAL SUPERIORITY MUST BE THE GOAL IN THE REGION
82
FROM TUNIS TUNESIA IN 1943
87
WAR SEEMS TO HAVE ITS OWN PECULIAR SOUNDS ON THE FRONT
88
FROM LONDON ENGLAND IN 1944
91
DURING WARTIME THE CAPITALS BLACK MARKETS ARE BOOMING
92
FROM BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA IN 1945
99
FREEDOM SEEMS TO RUN OUT UNDER WAR SECURITY
100
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1946
103
STALIN DEMANDS COUNTERPROPAGANDA AGAINST WARMONGERS
104
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1947
107
A GREAT MANY RUSSIANS TRY TO MIGRATE TO THE UNITED STATES
108
FROM DELHI INDIA IN 1948
113
THE COUNTRY SEES ITSELF AS THE CHAMPION OF ENTIRE ASIA
114
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1949
121
A WESTERN ATMOSPHERE PREVAILS IN RUSSIAS FORBIDDEN ZONE
122
FROM SEOUL KOREA IN 1950
127
PARALLEL THIRTYEIGHT HAS BECOME A BLOODRED LINE NOW
128
FROM SEOUL KOREA IN 1951
133
GENERAL MACARTHUR TRIES TO TAKE OVER US POLICY IN WARZONE
134
FROM OTTAWA CANADA IN 1952
137
THE COUNTRYS LIBERAL PARTY PREFERS A BUSINESSMANNS RULE
138
FROM HEARTBREAK RIDGE KOREA IN 1953
143
NINE MEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LIFES RETURNING FROM A PATROL
144
FROM YAKUTSK SOVIET UNION IN 1954
147
M V D IS THE UNDOUBTED MASTER IN SIBERIAS PRISON CAMPS
148
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1955
157
A JOURNALISTS CONCLUSIONS AFTER HIS STAY IN THE KREMLIN
158
FROM BUDAPEST HUNGARY IN 1956
165
RUSSIAN DIVISIONS ARE CRUSHING DOWN THE PEOPLES REVOLT
166
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1961
191
AN INTERVIEW WITH KHRUSHCHEV ON WORLD POLITICAL ISSUES
192
FROM MIAMI FLA UNITED STATES IN 1962
197
LATIN AMERICAN GUERRILLA FORCES ARE PROVIDED WITH WEAPONS
198
FROM SAIGON VIETNAM IN 1963
203
A BUDDHISTLED PROVISIONAL REGIME CONTROLS THE COUNTRY
204
FROM PARIS FRANCE IN 1964
209
WESTERN EUROPE SEES A STRONG PULL OF THE U S DOLLAR
210
FROM SAIGON VIETNAM IN 1965
215
U S MILITARY LEADERS FIND THEMSELVES ON THE WRONG TRACK
216
FROM JAKARTA INDONESIA IN 1966
221
THE COUNTRY FINDS ITSELF RUMBLING WITH TORMENT AND UPHEAVAL
222
FROM JERUSALEM ISRAEL IN 1967
225
WESTERN POWERS ARE GIVEN THREE WEEKS TO OPEN AQABA GULF
226
FROM HUE VIETNAM IN 1968
229
U S MARINES ARE IN NEED OF HELP IN THE WARZONE
230
FROM WASHINGTON D C UNITED STATES IN 1969
235
AMERICANS WITNESSED US BUTCHERY OF VIETNAMESE CIVILIANS
236
FROM PRETORIA SOUTH AFRICA IN 1970
241
NONWHITES HAVE NO CHANCE LEFT IN THE APARTHEID SYSTEM
242
FROM DACCA BANGLA DESH IN 1971
249
WAR IS NO SOLUTION FOR ONE OF THE WORLDS NATURAL VICTIMS
250
FROM PEKING CHINA IN 1972
257
NIXONS VISIT HELPS TO IMPROVE BILATERAL RELATIONS
258
FROM MOSCOW SOVIET UNION IN 1973
263
EXPENSIVE CARS ARE LEONID I BREZHNEVS GREATEST WEAKNESS
264
FROM LUDHIANA INDIA IN 1974
271
CLIMATE CHANGES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEVERE FOOD SHORTAGES
272
FROM PHNOM PENH CAMBODIA IN 1975
277
FIVE YEARS AFTER SIHANOUK THE COUNTRY SUFFERS FROM MISERY
278
FROM NOWHERE WORLDWIDE IN 1976
283
REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL REPORTING JURY OF MARCH 4 1977
284
FROM KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA IN 1977
285
SOUTHEAST ASIAS COASTS ARE CLOSED FOR DESPERATE REFUGEES
286
FROM CAIRO EGYPT IN 1978
291
SOMETHING MUST BE WRONG WITH A HUNDRED PERCENT DEMOCRACY
292
FROM ARANYAPRATHET THAILAND IN 1979
299
FOR NUMEROUS PEOPLE THE NATIONS TRAGEDY IS A BONANZA
300
FROM GUATEMALA CITY GUATEMALA IN 1980
303
U S HELP IS OUT OF SIGHT WHILE THE COUNTRY IS BOILING
304
FROM WARSAW POLAND IN 1981
309
KEY DECISIONS ARE LAID TO THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ARMY
310
FROM BEIRUT LEBANON IN 1982
315
MOSLEM QUARTERS ARE NOW OCCUPIED BY MILITARY FORCES
316
FROM AMMAN JORDAN IN 1983
321
POLITICAL PROBLEMS IN THE REGION ARE FAR FROM BEING SOLVED
322
FROM ADDIS ABABA ETHIOPIA IN 1984
325
A DESPERATE CONTINENT FACES DEATH OF STARVATION
326
FROM MANILA THE PHILIPPINES IN 1985
333
THE POVERTYSTRICKEN COUNTRY FACES A CAPITAL FLIGHT
334
WINNERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL REPORTING AWARD 19862000 SPACE FOR NOTES
342
INDEX
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