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The first casualty : the war correspondent as hero, propagandist myth-maker from the crimea to Iraq

Author: Philip Knightley
Publisher: London Deutsch 2003
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A story of heroism and collusion, censorship and suppression, myth-making and propaganda. Now brought up to date with new material on the war in Afghanistan. Australian author.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Knightley
ISBN: 0233000550 9780233000558
OCLC Number: 249268509
Notes: Nebent.: In war, truth is the first casualty
Description: XIII, 594 Seiten
Other Titles: In war, truth is the first casualty
Responsibility: Philip Knightley

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