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Reporting World War II.

Author: Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Publisher: New York : Literary Classics of the United States : Distributed by Penguin Books, ©1995.
Series: Library of America, 77-78.
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Includes selections by Ernie Pyle, William L. Shirer, Dorothy Thompson, A.J. Liebling, Edward R. Murrow, Margaret Bourke-White, Howard K. Smith, E.B. White, Brendan Gill, Richard Tregaskis, John Hersey, Homer Bigart, I.F. Stone, S.J. Perelman, Robert Sherrod, Ernest Hemingway, Irwin Shaw, Bill Mauldin, Eric Sevareid, Richard C. Hottelet, James Agee, and others. Includes chronology and 9 maps.
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Reporting World War II.
New York : Library of America, ©1995
(OCoLC)624466675
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mazal Holocaust Collection.
ISBN: 1883011043 9781883011048 1883011051 9781883011055
OCLC Number: 31661543
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 20 cm.
Contents: 1. American journalism, 1938-1944 --
2. American journalism, 1944-1946. It's all over: Munich conference: September 1938 / William L. Shirer --
Peace-And the crisis begins: Germany occupies the Sudetenland: October 1, 1938 / Dorothy Thompson --
Aufenthalt in Rosenheim: Anti-Semitism and the Germans: 1938 / Vincent Sheean --
Hitler seizes 20,000 Jews: Kristallnacht: November 9, 1938 / Sigrid Schultz --
At dawn this morning Hitler moved against Poland: War begins: September 1-3, 1939 / William L. Shirer --
Last Warsaw fort yields to Germans: Fall of Poland: September 28, 1939 / Otto D. Tolischus --
Nazi-red animosity described along tense frontier border in Poland: Poland caught between Hitler and Stalin: November 1939 / Sonia Tomara --
Paris postscript: Paris before the fall: May-June 1940 / A.J. Liebling --
Beginning of the end: Flight from Paris: June 1940 / Virginia Cowles --
I first saw the ruins of Dunkerque: With the victorious German army: June 1940 / John Fisher --
French conceal despair; Move as automatons: French capitulation: June 17, 1940 / Sonia Tomara --
Revengeful, triumphant hate: French humiliation at Compiegne: June 21, 1940 / William L. Shirer --
Can they take it? London blitz: September 1940 / Edward R. Murrow --
Hour will come when one of us will break: Berlin after a year of war: September 1940: William L. Shirer --
Blitzkrieg reporting: American correspondents in Berlin: 1940 / Ernest R. Pope --
This dreadful masterpiece: London on fire: Raid of December 29, 1940 / Ernie Pyle --
Life without redemption: Londoners in the underground: January 1941 / Ernie Pyle --
Retreat of Serbs related by writer: German invasion of Yugoslavia: April 1941 / G.L. Sulzberger --
Under fire: German invasion of Greece: April 1941 / Robert St. John --
Remoteness from the war affected everybody: Witness to war returns to America: 1940-41 / A.J. Liebling --
Way of subjects: Formulating Japanese imperial ideology: August 1941 / Otto D. Tolischus --
See you in Lisbon: Refugees in flight from central Europe: August 1941 / Wes Gallagher --
Tokyo army aide bids Japan fight if parleys fail: Signs of impending war with Japan: September 1941 / Otto D. Tolischus --
Death and life on the battlefields: On the Russian front: September 1941 / Margaret Bourke-White --
Valhalla in transition: Berlin after the invasion of Russia: Autumn 1941 / Howard K. Smith --
Worst news that I have encountered in the last 120 years: American first rally in Pittsburgh: December 7, 1941 / Robert Hagy --
President's war message: America declares war: December 8, 1941 / New York Herald Tribune --
This is for keeps: Roundup of American reporters in Tokyo: December 1941 / Max Hill --
War hits Manila: Japan attacks the Philippines: December 8-28, 1941 / Melville Jacoby --
Prepare to abandon ship: Sinking of the Repulse and the Prince of Wales: December 10, 1941 / Cecil Brown --
Tanks and cannons standing starkly in the snow: Devastation on the Moscow front: December 1941 / Larry Lesueur --
Malay jungle war: British complacency in Malaya: December 1941 / Cecil Brown --
Juke joint: Off duty in Phenix City, Alabama: December 1941 / Walter Bernstein --
Unexpected couldn't happen: Pearl Harbor postmortem: January 1942 / Raymond Clapper --
Newspaper reader finds it very difficult to get at the truth: Sugar-coating the war news: February 1942 / E.B. White --
Everybody knew when the planes were coming: Corregidor: January-April 1942 / Clark Lee --
Bataan nurses: Nurses under fire in the Philippines: April 1942 / Annalee Jacoby --
Fever of defeat: Collapse of allied resistance in Burma: May 1942 / Jack Belden --
Flight through the jungle: Stilwell's retreat through Burma: May 1942 / Jack Belden --
Damn the torpedoes! Merchant marine and the battle of the Atlantic: 1942 / Helena Lawrenson --
Battle of midway: Carrier war in the Pacific: June 4, 1942 / Foster Hailey --
X, B, and chiefly A: Home front: rationing, 1942 / Brendan Gill --
Concentration camp: U.S. style: Internment of Japanese-Americans: 1942 / Ted Nakashima --
Vast slaughterhouse: Reports of genocide in Eastern Europe: June 1942 / New York Times --
Bond rally: Dorothy Lamour in Bangor, Maine: September 1942 / E.B. White --
Battle of the ridge: Guadalcanal: September 7-24, 1942 / Richard Tregaskis --
Battle of the river: Guadalcanal: October 7-9, 1942 / John Hersey --
Battle for scoops: Foreign correspondents in Moscow: October 1942 / Walter Graebner --
Negro looks at this war: African-Americans and the war: Argument for support, 1942 / J. Saunders Redding --
Negroes are saying: African-Americans and the war: Discrimination and protest, 1942 / Roi Ottley --
Horror beyond what imagination can grasp: Report of mass murder: December 1942 / Edward R. Murrow --
Women in lifeboats: Torpedoed and rescued at sea: December 22, 1942 / Margaret Bourke-White --
U.S. and Vichy in North Africa: Algeria: December 1942: Our policy is still appeasement --
I gather new respect for Americans / Ernie Pyle --
Girls of Elkton, Maryland: Munitions workers: 1943 / Mary Heaton Vorse --
Foamy fields: Air war in Tunisia: January 1943 / A.J. Liebling --
War in Tunisia: February-May 1943: Now it is killing that animates them --
Moving at night in total blackness --
Only slightly above the caveman stage --
Too little to work with, as usual --
Overrun before they knew what was happening --
Nothing to do --
What a tank battle looks like --
Fantastic surge of caterpillar metal --
Into the thick of battle --
Brave men. Brave men! --
Little boys again, lost in the dark --
Greatest damage is psychological --
God-damned infantry --
When a unit stops to rest --
This is our war / Ernie Pyle --
Quest for Mollie: Uncovering a soldier's story: Tunisia and the U.S., spring-summer 1943 / A.J. Liebling --
When American citizens murder U.S. soldiers: African-Americans and the war: Crimes against black G.I.'s, 1943 / George S. Schuyler --
Japanese mind: Aftermath of the battle on Attu: June 1943 / Robert Sherrod --
Sicilian campaign: July-August 1943: Dying man was left utterly alone --
Damn sick of war-and deadly tired --
Hell of a job --
Miracle bridge / Ernie Pyle --
This is democracy: American military administration in Sicily: August 1943 / John Hersey --
I saw Regensburg destroyed: B-17 raid on Germany: August 17, 1943 / Beirne Lay, Jr. --
Fear of death as green troops sail to invasion: Troop ship to Salerno: September 1943 / John Steinbeck --
Three Americans: Photograph of American war dead: 1943 / Life Magazine --
American radio traitors: Broadcasters for the axis: 1943 / William L. Shirer --
So proudly we fail: American war movies: 1943 / James Agee --
Morale sags at Camp Forrest as Jim Crow rules: African-Americans and the war: Southern army base, November 1943 / Deton J. Brooks --
Patton struck soldier in hospital, was castigated by Eisenhower: Patton slapping case: August-November 1943 / Edward Kennedy --
Then I got it: American correspondent wounded in Italy: November 1943 / Richard Tregaskis --
From: Tarawa: Story of a battle: Marines at Tarawa: November 1943: I didn't know whether we had the heart to fight a war --
View of the carnage --
Hard facts of war / Robert Sherrod --
Target was to be the big city: Bombing raid over Berlin: December 2, 1943 / Edward R. Murrow --
Price of fire: Royal Air Force Burn Center: December 1943 / Martha Gellhorn --
Italian campaign: Slow progress: December 1943-January 1944: Land and the weather are both against us --
One demolished town after another --
Mule packing outfit --
This one is Captain Waskow / Ernie Pyle --
San Pietro a village of the dead; Victory costs Americans dearly: Battle of San Pietro: Italy, December 1943 / Homer Bigart --
Over the lines: Spotting artillery from a piper cub: Italy, 1943 / Margaret Bourke-White --
Christmas on New Guinea: African-American G.I.'s in the Southwest Pacific: December 1943 / Vincent Tubbs --
Tired of winter tired of war: Occupied France: January-February 1944 / Gertrude Stein --
I love mountain warfare: Italy: January 1944/ Walter Bernstein. Ernie Pyle: Italian campaign: Waiting for the next attack: February 1944: Those lulls that sometimes come in war --
Night was full of distant warfare --
Certain fundamental appreciation for the ridiculous --
Trail was never straight --
Vincent Tubbs: Wide awake on an island beachhead: Southwest Pacific: February-March 1944: No picturesque battle scenes in SWP War --
Homesick Joe in Pacific --
Men can't sleep; They talk, dream of home --
Walter Bernstein: Search for a battle: Italy: March 1944 --
Ernie Pyle: Italian campaign: Perpetual astonishments of a war life: March 1944: Life of flying in combat --
Their hunger most surely was genuine --
Nobody is wholly safe --
You just lie in your foxhole --
Look I dread to see --
Editors of Fortune-drawings by Mine Okubo: Issei, Nisei, Kibei: Japanese-American internment: 1944 --
Homer Bigart: Cassino, once thriving, is turned into a scene of unrelieved grimness: Ruins of Cassino: May 1944 --
Vincent Tubbs: Girl thrills New Caledonia G.I.'s: Southwest Pacific: USO show, May 1944 --
A.J. Liebling: Notes from the kidnap house: French underground journalism: 1944 --
Susan B. Anthony II: Working at the navy yard: Women in war plants: 1944 --
Vincent Tubbs: 93rd div. patrol kills 20 Japs, escapes 3 ambushes: Southwest Pacific: Jungle patrol, Bougainville, May 1944 --
I.F. Stone: For the Jews-Life or death?: Plea to admit Jewish refugees: June 1944 --
A.J. Liebling: Cross-channel trip: D-Day invasion: June 1-11, 1944 --
Ernie Pyle: Omaha Beach after D-Day: June 1944: Yet we got on --
Wreckage was vast and startling --
This long thin line of personal anguish --
Martha Gellhorn: First hospital ship: Casualties of Normandy: June 1944 --
S.J. Perelman: Take two parts sand, one part girl, and stir: Wartime advertising: 1944 --
Robert Sherrod: Gone to earth: Saipan: June 1944 --
Robert Sherrod: Nature of the enemy: Saipan: July 1944 --
Lee Miller: U.S.A. tent hospital: Wounded in Normandy: July 1944 --
Ernie Pyle: Battle and breakout in Normandy: July-August 1944: They weren't heroic figures --
Small assembly plant --
Heavy ordnance company --
Great attack --
Ghastly relentlessness --
Universe became filled with a gigantic rattling --
Anybody makes mistakes --
This weird hedgerow fighting --
Each one is a separate little war --
Nothing left behind but the remains --
Wounded and trapped --
Bill Davidson: Rommel-Count your men: Howitzer battalion at the siege of St. Malo: August 1944 --
Lee Miller: Siege of St. Malo: War wasn't over in this section: St. Malo, August 1944 --
Ernest Hemingway: How we came to Paris: On the road to Paris: August 1944 --
Irwin Shaw: Morts pour la Patrie: Liberation of Paris: August 25, 1944 --
Helen Kirkpatrick: Daily News writer sees man slain at her side in hail of lead: Liberation of Paris: August 26, 1944 --
W.H. Lawrence: Nazi mass killing laid bare in camp: Evidence of genocide at Maidanek: August 1944 --
Ernie Pyle: Last word: Summing up the war in France: August 1944 --
Bill Mauldin: Up front: My business is drawing: Cartoonist in combat, 1943-44 --
Rupert Trimmingham and others: Democracy? African-Americans and the war: Correspondence from Yank, 1944 --
Brendan Gill: Young man behind plexiglass: Profile of an American bombardier: August 1944 --
Martha Gellhorn: Gothic line: Last push: Northern Italy, September 1944 --
Tom Lea: Peleliu landing: War is fighting and fighting is killing: Peleliu, September 1944 --
Mack Morriss: My old outfit: Remembering "A" company: Maastricht, September 1944 --
William Walton: Now the Germans are the refugees: Fall of Aachen: October 1944 --
Peggy Hull Deuell: Death of carrier described: Sinking of the Princeton: October 1944 --
John H. Crider: U.S. board bares atrocity details told by witnesses at Polish camps: Eyewitness report of Auschwitz: November 1944 --
Mack Morriss: War in the Huertgen forest: Solid mass of dark, impenetrable green: Huertgen forest, November 1944 --
Eric Sevareid: Price we pay in Italy: Assessing the Italian campaign: November 1944 --
Anne O'Hare McCormick: Italian ordeal surprises members of Congress: Assessing the Italian campaign: December 1944 --
Ed Cunningham: Battle of the bulge: Ardennes: December 1944-January 1945 --
Jack Belden: Retreat in Belgium: Ardennes: December 1944 --
Martha Gellhorn: Battle of the bulge: Road to Bastogne: December 1944 --
Carl Mydans: My God, It's Carl Mydans: Liberation of Santo Tomas Prison Camp: Manila, February 1945 --
John P. Marquand: Iwo Jima before H-hour: bombardment of Iwo Jima: February 1945 --
Robert Sherrod: First three days: Landing on Iwo Jima: February 1945 --
Howard Brodie: Jump-off: Assault across the roer: February 1945 --
Richard C. Hottelet: Big jump into Germany: Airborne assault east of the Rhine: March 24, 1945 --
James Agee: These terrible records of war: Newsreels of Iwo Jima: March 1945 --
Janet Flanner (Genet): Letter from Cologne: Model of destruction: Cologne, March 1945 --
Marguerite Higgins: Freed captives fill roads that lead to France: Displaced persons: Germany, April 1945 --
Martha Gellhorn: Das Deutsches volk: We were never Nazis: Germans in defeat, April 1945 --
James Agee: Soldier died today: Death of F.D.R.: April 12, 1945 --
Edward R. Murrow: For most of it I have no words: Buchenwald: April 15, 1945 --
Evan Wylie: Ernie Pyle: Death of Ernie Pyle: Ie Shima, April 18, 1945 --
Janet Flanner (Genet): Letters from Paris: April 1945: Let us weep for this man: French mourn Roosevelt --
Sad homecoming: Prisoners from Ravensbruck --
Martha Gellhorn: Russians: Meeting at the Elbe: April 1945 --
Virginia Irwin: Giant whirlpool of destruction: Russians in Berlin: April 1945 --
Marguerite Higgins: 33,000 Dachau captives freed by 7th army: Liberation of Dachau: April 29, 1945 --
Martha Gellhorn: Dachau: Surely this war was made to abolish Dachau: May 1945 --
Edward Kennedy: War in Europe is ended! German surrender: May 7, 1945 --
A.J. Liebling: A.P. surrender: Press and the military: May 1945 --
Philip Hamburger: Letter from Rome: Italy at V-E Day: May 1945. E.B. White: Beautiful upon a hill: United Nations conference: San Francisco, May 1945 --
Phelps Adams: Attack on Carrier Bunker Hill: Kamikaze raid off Okinawa: May 1945 --
Shelley Mydans: Guam holdouts give up: Japanese soldiers surrender: Spring 1945 --
William L. Laurence: Atomic bombing of Nagasaki told by flight member: Giant pillar of purple fire: Nagasaki, August 9, 1945 --
Homer Bigart: Japan signs, Second World War is ended: Japanese surrender: September 2, 1945 --
Homer Bigart: Month after the atom bomb: Hiroshima still can't believe it: Walk in Hiroshima: September 3, 1945 --
John Hersey: Hiroshima: Bombing of Hiroshima and its aftermath: August 6, 1945-August 1946.
Series Title: Library of America, 77-78.
Other Titles: Reporting World War Two
Reporting World War 2

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Includes selections by Ernie Pyle, William L. Shirer, Dorothy Thompson, A.J. Liebling, Edward R. Murrow, Margaret Bourke-White, Howard K. Smith, E.B. White, Brendan Gill, Richard Tregaskis, John Hersey, Homer Bigart, I.F. Stone, S.J. Perelman, Robert Sherrod, Ernest Hemingway, Irwin Shaw, Bill Mauldin, Eric Sevareid, Richard C. Hottelet, James Agee, and others. Includes chronology and 9 maps.

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Liebling: Notes from the kidnap house: French underground journalism: 1944 -- Susan B. Anthony II: Working at the navy yard: Women in war plants: 1944 -- Vincent Tubbs: 93rd div. patrol kills 20 Japs, escapes 3 ambushes: Southwest Pacific: Jungle patrol, Bougainville, May 1944 -- I.F. Stone: For the Jews-Life or death?: Plea to admit Jewish refugees: June 1944 -- A.J. Liebling: Cross-channel trip: D-Day invasion: June 1-11, 1944 -- Ernie Pyle: Omaha Beach after D-Day: June 1944: Yet we got on -- Wreckage was vast and startling -- This long thin line of personal anguish -- Martha Gellhorn: First hospital ship: Casualties of Normandy: June 1944 -- S.J. 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Lawrence: Nazi mass killing laid bare in camp: Evidence of genocide at Maidanek: August 1944 -- Ernie Pyle: Last word: Summing up the war in France: August 1944 -- Bill Mauldin: Up front: My business is drawing: Cartoonist in combat, 1943-44 -- Rupert Trimmingham and others: Democracy? African-Americans and the war: Correspondence from Yank, 1944 -- Brendan Gill: Young man behind plexiglass: Profile of an American bombardier: August 1944 -- Martha Gellhorn: Gothic line: Last push: Northern Italy, September 1944 -- Tom Lea: Peleliu landing: War is fighting and fighting is killing: Peleliu, September 1944 -- Mack Morriss: My old outfit: Remembering "A" company: Maastricht, September 1944 -- William Walton: Now the Germans are the refugees: Fall of Aachen: October 1944 -- Peggy Hull Deuell: Death of carrier described: Sinking of the Princeton: October 1944 -- John H. Crider: U.S. board bares atrocity details told by witnesses at Polish camps: Eyewitness report of Auschwitz: November 1944 -- Mack Morriss: War in the Huertgen forest: Solid mass of dark, impenetrable green: Huertgen forest, November 1944 -- Eric Sevareid: Price we pay in Italy: Assessing the Italian campaign: November 1944 -- Anne O'Hare McCormick: Italian ordeal surprises members of Congress: Assessing the Italian campaign: December 1944 -- Ed Cunningham: Battle of the bulge: Ardennes: December 1944-January 1945 -- Jack Belden: Retreat in Belgium: Ardennes: December 1944 -- Martha Gellhorn: Battle of the bulge: Road to Bastogne: December 1944 -- Carl Mydans: My God, It's Carl Mydans: Liberation of Santo Tomas Prison Camp: Manila, February 1945 -- John P. Marquand: Iwo Jima before H-hour: bombardment of Iwo Jima: February 1945 -- Robert Sherrod: First three days: Landing on Iwo Jima: February 1945 -- Howard Brodie: Jump-off: Assault across the roer: February 1945 -- Richard C. 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    schema:description "It's all over: Munich conference: September 1938 / William L. Shirer -- Peace-And the crisis begins: Germany occupies the Sudetenland: October 1, 1938 / Dorothy Thompson -- Aufenthalt in Rosenheim: Anti-Semitism and the Germans: 1938 / Vincent Sheean -- Hitler seizes 20,000 Jews: Kristallnacht: November 9, 1938 / Sigrid Schultz -- At dawn this morning Hitler moved against Poland: War begins: September 1-3, 1939 / William L. Shirer -- Last Warsaw fort yields to Germans: Fall of Poland: September 28, 1939 / Otto D. Tolischus -- Nazi-red animosity described along tense frontier border in Poland: Poland caught between Hitler and Stalin: November 1939 / Sonia Tomara -- Paris postscript: Paris before the fall: May-June 1940 / A.J. Liebling -- Beginning of the end: Flight from Paris: June 1940 / Virginia Cowles -- I first saw the ruins of Dunkerque: With the victorious German army: June 1940 / John Fisher -- French conceal despair; Move as automatons: French capitulation: June 17, 1940 / Sonia Tomara -- Revengeful, triumphant hate: French humiliation at Compiegne: June 21, 1940 / William L. Shirer -- Can they take it? London blitz: September 1940 / Edward R. Murrow -- Hour will come when one of us will break: Berlin after a year of war: September 1940: William L. Shirer -- Blitzkrieg reporting: American correspondents in Berlin: 1940 / Ernest R. Pope -- This dreadful masterpiece: London on fire: Raid of December 29, 1940 / Ernie Pyle -- Life without redemption: Londoners in the underground: January 1941 / Ernie Pyle -- Retreat of Serbs related by writer: German invasion of Yugoslavia: April 1941 / G.L. Sulzberger -- Under fire: German invasion of Greece: April 1941 / Robert St. John -- Remoteness from the war affected everybody: Witness to war returns to America: 1940-41 / A.J. Liebling -- Way of subjects: Formulating Japanese imperial ideology: August 1941 / Otto D. Tolischus -- See you in Lisbon: Refugees in flight from central Europe: August 1941 / Wes Gallagher -- Tokyo army aide bids Japan fight if parleys fail: Signs of impending war with Japan: September 1941 / Otto D. Tolischus -- Death and life on the battlefields: On the Russian front: September 1941 / Margaret Bourke-White -- Valhalla in transition: Berlin after the invasion of Russia: Autumn 1941 / Howard K. Smith -- Worst news that I have encountered in the last 120 years: American first rally in Pittsburgh: December 7, 1941 / Robert Hagy -- President's war message: America declares war: December 8, 1941 / New York Herald Tribune -- This is for keeps: Roundup of American reporters in Tokyo: December 1941 / Max Hill -- War hits Manila: Japan attacks the Philippines: December 8-28, 1941 / Melville Jacoby -- Prepare to abandon ship: Sinking of the Repulse and the Prince of Wales: December 10, 1941 / Cecil Brown -- Tanks and cannons standing starkly in the snow: Devastation on the Moscow front: December 1941 / Larry Lesueur -- Malay jungle war: British complacency in Malaya: December 1941 / Cecil Brown -- Juke joint: Off duty in Phenix City, Alabama: December 1941 / Walter Bernstein -- Unexpected couldn't happen: Pearl Harbor postmortem: January 1942 / Raymond Clapper -- Newspaper reader finds it very difficult to get at the truth: Sugar-coating the war news: February 1942 / E.B. White -- Everybody knew when the planes were coming: Corregidor: January-April 1942 / Clark Lee -- Bataan nurses: Nurses under fire in the Philippines: April 1942 / Annalee Jacoby -- Fever of defeat: Collapse of allied resistance in Burma: May 1942 / Jack Belden -- Flight through the jungle: Stilwell's retreat through Burma: May 1942 / Jack Belden -- Damn the torpedoes! Merchant marine and the battle of the Atlantic: 1942 / Helena Lawrenson -- Battle of midway: Carrier war in the Pacific: June 4, 1942 / Foster Hailey -- X, B, and chiefly A: Home front: rationing, 1942 / Brendan Gill -- Concentration camp: U.S. style: Internment of Japanese-Americans: 1942 / Ted Nakashima -- Vast slaughterhouse: Reports of genocide in Eastern Europe: June 1942 / New York Times -- Bond rally: Dorothy Lamour in Bangor, Maine: September 1942 / E.B. White -- Battle of the ridge: Guadalcanal: September 7-24, 1942 / Richard Tregaskis -- Battle of the river: Guadalcanal: October 7-9, 1942 / John Hersey -- Battle for scoops: Foreign correspondents in Moscow: October 1942 / Walter Graebner -- Negro looks at this war: African-Americans and the war: Argument for support, 1942 / J. Saunders Redding -- Negroes are saying: African-Americans and the war: Discrimination and protest, 1942 / Roi Ottley -- Horror beyond what imagination can grasp: Report of mass murder: December 1942 / Edward R. Murrow -- Women in lifeboats: Torpedoed and rescued at sea: December 22, 1942 / Margaret Bourke-White -- U.S. and Vichy in North Africa: Algeria: December 1942: Our policy is still appeasement -- I gather new respect for Americans / Ernie Pyle -- Girls of Elkton, Maryland: Munitions workers: 1943 / Mary Heaton Vorse -- Foamy fields: Air war in Tunisia: January 1943 / A.J. 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