Why American Newspapers Gave Away the Future

An insider’s assessment of the precipitous decline of large city ...


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Charles Collingwood

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A Grand Way to Chronicle a War

History Journalism

In 1944, after the liberation of Paris, the Hotel Scribe became Allied press headquarters in Europe. Through the Scribe’s portals, with its hot baths, good food, and comfortable bar, passed the cream of wartime journalism as well as its foot soldiers--a fascinating scene behind the front lines.

Tags:  World War II - Reporting - Press Coverage - Invasion of Europe - Liberation of Paris - Scribe Hotel - Edward R. Murrow - Harry Butcher - George Orwell - A.J. Liebling - William L. Shirer - Robert Capa - Ernest Hemingway - Irwin Shaw - Howard K. Smith - Charles Collingwood - Edward Kennedy - Lee Miller

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