Eye witness [microform] / by members of the Overseas press club of America, edited by Robert Spiers Benjamin.
Contributor(s): Overseas Press Club of America.Material type: TextPublisher: [S.l. : s.n.], 1940Description: viii p., 2 leaves, 3-306 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0848641892 (microfiche); 9780848641894 (microfiche).Subject(s): Journalists -- Biography | Journalists -- Correspondence | Adventure and adventurersLOC classification: PN4871 | .B37 1940a
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A brief biographical sketch of the author follows each article.
--Open grave in Shanghai, by Peggy Hull.--in the hands of the Gestapo, by C.E. Hewitt, Jr.--Wanted imperatively: a Nicaraguan canal, by Linton Wells.--Dateline Addis Ababa, by Josef Israeis II.--I spy, by Morrill Cody.--Assignment in India, by L.S. Kirtland.--Where do they really belong, by G.E. Sokoksky.--Black and white magic, by Brain O'Brien.--Fifth column in Poland, by M.M. Nowinshi.--Behind Chinese lines, by E.H. Leaf.--God's birthday, by C.B. Parmer.--A fable agreed upon, by T.M. Johnson.--General Yin Chang's present, by Maurice Dekobra.--Taken for a spy, by Emil Lengyel.--Newfoundland adventure, by R.S. Benjamin.--Guest of General Franco, by Hessell Tiltman.--The nicest suicide in the world, by Walter Matheson.--Mata Hari for a day, by Fay G. Wells.--Exclusive from Canton, by L.G. Blochman.--Dictator of France, by Johannes Steel.--Our own, our native land, by Amy Vanderbilt.-- Reprise, by Burnet Hershey.--Foreign correspondent, by Eugene Lyons.
Microfiche. Great Neck, N.Y. : Core Collection Micropublications, 1986. 1 microfiche. (CoreFiche, books listed in the Essay and general literature index. Phase 2). s1986 nyun b