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Very good. Cover has slight wear and soiling. iii,  p. : 28 cm. Includes Illustrations. Robert Stanley Goralski (2 January 1928 March 1988) was a news correspondent for NBC News for fifteen years in the 1960s and 1970s during a thirty-five-year career in communications. From 1947 to 1951 he was a full-time news broadcaster at WDWS, Champaign, Illinois. During the Korean War he served as a combat correspondent. From 1961 to 1975, Goralski was a television and radio correspondent with NBC News. In the mid-1960s, Goralski shifted to covering the Pentagon, and spent two years total in Southeast Asia, covering the war in Vietnam. In the mid-1970s he was back in Washington, DC, and covered the Watergate hearings for NBC. Goralski also covered the My Lai massacres trial of Lt. William Calley. In 1975, Goralski left broadcasting. In 1981, Goralski published the "World War II Almanac, 1931-1945". Other publications include "Press Follies", a collection of journalistic goofs and gaffes, published by I.I.S. Books in 1983, and "Oil and War" with Russell Freeburg in 1987.
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