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Reporting World War II: American Journalism 1938–1944

47 writers chronicle the war from the Munich crisis and Kristallnacht to the Battle of San Pietro in Italy. More
Edited by Anne Matthews, Nancy Sorel, Roger Spiller, and Samuel Hynes

“[The] reporters are fearless, unpretentious, professional, vivid, and smart.” — The New Yorker

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ISBN: 978-1-88301104-8 912 pages

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