The Press: Lesson in War Reporting

While it was conditioning its own men in the biggest maneuvers of the year, the U.S. Army last week gave the press some training for real war.

Over 200 reporters and photographers convened for the war games in Louisiana. A good many of them were veterans of the maneuver circuit, having followed the Armies in preliminary exercises in Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana. Some were veterans of the real thing—among them U.P.'s Richard Hottelet, fresh from a German prison, and Leon Kay, who saw the Nazi invasions of the Low Countries and the Balkans; CBS's...

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