Newsmen in Khaki: Tales of a World War II Soldier Correspondent

By: Mitgang, Herbert

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Newsmen in Khaki is a personal memoir about the revered, longstanding armed forces newspaper Stars and Stripes, as told by an Army correspondent and managing editor of editions in North Africa and Sicily during World War II. Whether accompanying bombing missions or parachutists, entertaining a Contessa or visiting a refugee camp, Mitgang offers an innovative and poignant account of his experiences. In addition to his own pieces, Mitgang includes articles by other famous authors in uniform-Irwin Shaw, Klaus Mann, and Bill Brinkley-as well as the voices of many American GIs. Newsmen in Khaki also details the author's post-war career, most notably his long-running stint at the New York Times, where he served as an editor, columnist, book critic, editorial writer, and founder of the Op-Ed page.

Title: Newsmen in Khaki: Tales of a World War II Soldier Correspondent

Author: Mitgang, Herbert

Categories: Media, Autobiography / Biography / Memoir,

Publisher: Taylor Publishing Company: 2004

ISBN Number: 1589790944

ISBN Number 13: 9781589790940

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 118782

Description: Ex-library copy with the usual stamps and markings. Interior pages clean and unmarked; tight binding. 179 pages.