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war correspondent


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A journalist, reporter, or commentator assigned to report directly from a war or combat zone.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a combat zone or place of battle for publication or broadcast


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  • In 1914 he went to Mexico as a war correspondent covering the role of U.S. troops and Navy ships in the Villa-Carranza revolt.

    A Short Jack London Biography

  • He was then for some years engaged in educational work in India, and was afterwards war correspondent for the Times on various occasions, and filled various important consular posts, for which he was in 1890 made K.C.M.G. In collaboration with G.B. Cavalcasselle, an Italian refugee, he was the author of several authoritative works on art, including The

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • In 1869 he went to Edinburgh to ed. the Daily Review, but he soon gave this up, and became war correspondent for his paper during the

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • In the Boer war Mr. MacQueen, war correspondent and lecturer, tells of an Irish Brigade man from Chicago on Sani river.

    Memories and Anecdotes

  • His services as war correspondent for the forthcoming conflict between Japan and Russia had been sought by Collier's, the New York Herald, Harper's Magazine, and the Hearst Press.



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