The Press: Foreign Correspondence

Willmott Harsant Lewis, born in Cardiff, Wales, went to China in 1899, covered the Boxer Rebellion. He has never returned to Britain except on brief visits. For George Gordon Bennett's old New York Herald, Bill Lewis covered the Russo-Japanese War. He worked for Joseph Pulitzer, William Randolph Hearst, spent seven years as editor of the Manila Times.

Since 1920 Willmott Lewis has been correspondent for the London Times in Washington. Knighted by his King nine years ago, he is well known to U.S. audiences as a lecturer on foreign affairs, is recognized by Washington newsmen as about the ablest correspondent...

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