Articles Related to Vietnam War correspondents

Neil Sheehan, 1936-2021

January 9, 2021

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="389"]         Neil Sheehan (right), in Vietnam, circa 1963 [/caption] Neil Sheehan, the acclaimed Vietnam War correspondent and author, died on January 7 at his home in Washington, D.C. He…

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‘Dateline-Saigon’: What’s Old is New Again

July 18, 2020

Dateline-Saigon has been making the rounds of film festivals since 2017. This documentary—released by First Run Features on iTunes, Amazon, and on DVD on July 14, 2020—zeroes in on five young newspaper correspondents who covered…

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Ann Morrissy Merick, 1933-2017

May 10, 2017

Merick was ABC's first female television field producer in the Vietnam War, and one of only a handful of female network producers who covered the war. In 1967, she and several other female reporters won…

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‘Reporting Vietnam’ Exhibit to Open in D.C.’s Newseum

May 20, 2015

"Reporting Vietnam , " a multimedia exhibit showcasing how journalists covered the Vietnam War, opens May 22 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The extensive exhibit, held in conjunction with the 50th anniversary commemorations of…

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Foreign Correspondent by H.D.S. Greenway

September 16, 2014

H.D.S. (David) Greenway's new memoir, Foreign Correspondent (Simon & Schuster, 304 pp., $26), looks at the nearly forty years he spent reporting for Time magazine, The Washington Post , and the Boston Globe from ninety-six foreign…

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A. J. Langguth, 1933-2014

September 2, 2014

  A. J. "Jack"  Langguth, who covered the Vietnam War for The New York Times  and who went on to have a long career as an author and journalism professor at the University of Southern…

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Death Zones & Darling Spies by Beverly Deepe Keever

June 19, 2013

Beverly Deepe Keever  spent more than seven years as a magazine and newspaper correspondent covering the war in Vietnam. She arrived in 1962 at age twenty-six as a free-lance reporter after having received her MA…

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Malcolm Browne, 1931-2012

August 29, 2012

Malcolm W. Browne, the former Associated Press and New York Times Vietnam War correspondent best known for taking a much-reproduced 1963 photograph of a Buddhist monk immolating himself  on the streets of Saigon, died August 27 at age 81…

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Iver Peterson, 1942-2012

August 16, 2012

Iver Peterson, a retired New York Times  reporter and former Vietnam War correspondent,  died August 1 following treatment for acute myelogenic leukemia. He was 70 years old. After graduating from Harvard in 1964, Peterson went to work…

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