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The Sun's combat reporting in World War II
For three decades, enormous interest in "The Good War" and "The Greatest Generation" has generated countless oral histories about World War II, in print and on video. Joseph R. L. Sterne's "Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II" offers a bracingly fresh perspective - the intensely written perspective of Sun correspondents filing copy from the front as if the life they shared with their subjects and their readers depended on it.
By Michael Sragow | email@example.com
November 8, 2009