The Press: Missing Correspondents

The hazards of correspondents in World War II were last week brought home to the U.S. press by fragmentary accounts of what happened to American newsmen in Yugoslavia.

From Budapest, after a dead silence of 19 days, Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News Correspondent Sam Brewer cabled a story of his escape from Yugoslavia. "Now I know how it feels to wait for a firing squad," he began. His adventures started on his way to Belgrade when a train dumped him out ten miles outside the city. Against a black cloud over the...

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