The Paris Herald

Author: James Oliver Goldsborough
Publisher: Easton Studio Press, LLC
ISBN: 1935212311
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The Paris Herald is the story of many people: of Frank Draper, who fought in the Lincoln Brigade; Byron Hallsberg, who joined the Hungarian uprising; Dennis Klein, researching the Nazi occupation of Paris; Suzy de Granville, searching for ...

Age Of Opulence

Author: Hebe Dorsey
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Inc
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A look at French culture circa 1890 that gives a social history of the Belle Epoque as seen through the pages of the Paris Herald

A Thousand Deadlines

Author: Kevin O’Keefe
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401576084
Size: 69.28 MB
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But the Herald remained energetic and thorough in its European coverage. It also
gained distinction in society items and shipping reports. The owner and editor of
the Herald, James G. Bennett, Jr., who resided in Paris, was a flamboyant and ...

The Bookseller And Newsman

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The New York Herald is to celebrate its entrance to its new building with some
novel features. ... the Paris Herald is as amateurish as a downeast weekly, and
the Evening Telegram of this city, conducted on a starvation system of economy,
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Americans In Paris

Author: Charles Glass
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101195567
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'The German soldiers responded to the firing, killing the French soldier and a
woman,' noted the Paris Prefect of Police, Roger Langeron ... Nonetheless, the
Nazis requisitioned two American homes near Paris in Versailles. ... the Paris
Herald.

The Paris Edition

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The Herald Tribune did have some writers but the Chicago Tribune was more
influential.” Whit Burnett, even if he did think the Tribune was, on its off days, a
ghastly mistake , added that it was never dull, while the Paris Herald was almost
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