War, Journalism and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century: The Life and Times of Henry W. Nevinson
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BeschreibungHenry Nevison was a renowned British war correspondent (1856 - 1941) who keenly observed the dramatic political and military conflicts of his day. This book is the first major biography, drawing together his commentary over a period of fifty years. In diaries and print, Nevinson tracked wars from Greece to South Africa and covered the key events of the First World War. He exposed slavery in the Portuguese Empire, championed women's suffrage, struggles in Ireland and the Balkans and visited Palestine, Iraq and the US in the 1920s. Nevinson's original perspectives help to explain the modern world order and the political conflicts of today.
PortraitAngela V. John is Honorary Professor of History at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Pressestimmen'Angela V. John understands the tests she sets herself. She passes with flying colours worthy of Nevinson and his great ally, Brailsford.' - Michael Foot, Tribune 'This excellent new biography.' - Michael Foot, Tribune 'Well researched and economically written.'- British Journalism Review CHARTIST 'She has done well to synthesise Nevinson's voluminous works including his autobiography.' BULLETIN (MILITARY HISTORICAL SOCIETY) 'An academic yet very readable account' - Bob Wyatt
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: I B TAURIS
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2006
Seitenanzahl: 246 Seiten