“Last Call at the Hotel Imperial”: American foreign correspondents who defined the profession
A new book explores the stories of the celebrity foreign correspondents who covered Europe, sounding the alarm before the start of World War II. These influential journalists held a great deal of influence over American opinion and politics and set the mold for foreign correspondents for years to come.
The book's author joined us this morning to talk about their achievements, missteps, and legacies.
Richard W. Leopold Professor of History and Chair of the History Department, Northwestern University | Author, Last Call at the Hotel Imperial
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