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Strawberry Shortcake at War

Alas, the liberation story shown in this Google newspaper archive clip never made it to the radio, as far as I know, but it hints at the first-person style of husband-and-wife United Press correspondents Reynolds and Eleanor Packard.  647 more words


'The Trio' begins...

The opening of Richard Knott’s book about war correspondents in World War 2:

1 copy of ‘The Trio’ can currently be won on Goodreads!

In the middle of August 1943, a small group of war correspondents arrived in the hilltop town of Taormina on the island of Sicily.  338 more words

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Uncle Bardie's Spotlight Movie: What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing In a War Zone Like This?

Once a week on Friday, Uncle Bardie celebrates the creativity in others by shining a Spotlight on a movie, a song or a creator. This week’s Spotlight Movie is “ 267 more words


The War in Syria

I am combining my Monday and Friday posts today into one, because I have granddaughters coming for a visit this week.  The Monday topic is truth.   502 more words

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Peggy Hull, U. S. War Correspondent: 1889-1967

Peggy Hull, U. S. War Correspondent: 1889-1967

by C.K. Thomas

In 1918, Peggy Hull’s appointment as the first woman to be officially accredited by the War Department as a U.S. 523 more words

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Were poets more honest chroniclers of the Great War than war correspondents?

An essay – by Mirianna la Grasta

The Great War, best known as the First World War, was an unprecedented conflict in terms of length, weapons and casualties. 2,709 more words