Milestones, Mar. 24, 1952

Died. Alexander Graeme Clifford, 42, chief European correspondent for the London Daily Mail and one of Britain's most scholarly newsmen; in London. In World War II, he covered the fall of France, the North African campaign, the Normandy invasion and the Greek civil war. While touring Germany in 1950, he learned that he had Hodgkin's disease (cancer of the lymph nodes), never discussed it with anyone but his wife (daughter of Author Robert Graves) and a few intimates. Without slackening his work, he continued to rove European capitals for news, visited the U.S., wrote a book on Soviet-Western relations. Last...

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