HELL BEFORE BREAKFAST
Rediscovers and celebrates America's first war correspondents, forgotten today but legends in their times. Here are the men who, between 1850 and 1914, and particularly during America's Civil War and the Spanish-American War, led the most romantic lives on the edgiest frontiers, revolutionizing contemporary life, shaping global events, and creating history. Illus.
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