The Face of War: Writings from the Frontline,1937-1985

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James Cameron admired Martha Gellhorn above all other war-reporters 'because she combined a cold eye with a warm heart'. The Chicago Times described her writing as 'wide ranging and provocative, a blend of cool lyricism and fiery emotion, alternately prickly and welcoming, funny and stern'. But make your own judgements, and in the process find yourself plunged straight back into Madrid during the Spanish Civil War, feel the frozen ground of the Finno Russian war, the continent-wide Japanese invasion of China, the ...

The Face of War: Writings from the Frontline,1937-1985 2016, Eland Publishing Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781780601052

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