The Encyclopedia of War Journalism, 2nd Edition

  • Mitchel P. Roth Sam Houston State University
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  • ISBN-10: 1592376797
  • ISBN-13: 9781592376797
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 635 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released March 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

Up-to-date through 2010, this new second edition (formerly titled the Historical Dictionary of War Journalism) examines the development, history and current state of war journalism. From the Mexican War in 1846 to the current Conflicts in the Middle East and everything in between, this important reference tool provides a unique, around the world look at how conflicts were covered. Explore the influences of the flow of information on the battlefield and the home front.Combining over 800 A-Z Entries, with Primary Documents and an Historical Timeline, this new edition is both a starting point and a detailed research tool. This updated edition is an important, timely addition to the reference collections of public, university and high school libraries along with journalism and military history collections.With thoughtful, detailed coverage of war journalism around the world, this updated reference tool will be a helpful addition to the reference collections of public, university and high school libraries along with journalism and military history collections.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Introduction and Study Guide.
1: Abend, Hallett Edward (1882–1955).
2: Abrams, Alexander St. Clair (1845–1931).
3: Active Service.
4: Adams, Edward “Eddie” T. (1933–2004).
5: Adie, Kate (b. 1945).
6: Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (1836–1907).
7: Alexander, Peter Wellington (c. 1820–1866).
8: Allen, Jay (1900-c. 1974).
9: Allen, Laurence Edmund (1908–1975).
10: Alpert, Max (1899–1980).
11: Amanpour, Christiane (b. 1958).
12: American Civil War.
13: American Indian Wars.
14: Amery, Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett (1873–1955).
15: Anannin, Mikhail (b. 1912).
16: Anderson, Finley (?).
17: Anderson, John R. L. (1911–1981).
18: Anglo-Saxon Press.
19: Angly, Edward (1898–1950).
20: Archibald, James Francis Jewell (1871–1934).
21: Armit, R. H. (?).
22: Arnett, Peter (b. 1934).
23: Arnot, Charles P. (1917–1998).
24: Artist-Correspondents.
25: Ashmead-Bartlett, Ellis (1881–1931).
26: Associated Press (AP).
27: Atkins, John Black (1871–1954).
28: Atkinson, George (1822–1859).
29: Atwell, H. Wallace (c. 1832–1888).
30: Ault, Phillip H. (c. 1914–2001).
31: Aultman, Otis A. (1874–1943).
32: Austin, Alexander Berry (1903–1943).
33: Austro-Italian War.
34: Austro-Prussian War.
35: Axelsson, George (1899–1966).
36: Aylward, William James (1875–1957).
37: Bagby, George W. (1828–1883).
38: Baillie, Hugh (1890–1966).
39: Baker, George (1915–1975).
40: Baldwin, Hanson W. (1903–1991).
41: Baldwin, Herbert (?).
42: Balibo.
43: Baltermans, Dmitri (1912–1990).
44: Bang Bang Club.
45: Barber, Noel (1909–1988).
46: Barber, Wilfred C. (d. 1935).
47: Baring, Maurice (1874–1945).
48: Barnard, George N. (1819–1902).
49: Barnes, Ralph W. (1899–1940).
50: Bartholomew, Frank Harmon (1898–1985).
51: Barzini, Luigi (1874–1947).
52: Bass, John Foster (1866–1931).
53: “Battle Fog” Policy.
54: Bayeux-Calvados War Correspondents Awards.
55: Bean, Charles Edwin Woodrow (1879–1968).
56: Beato, Felice A. (c. 1825-c. 1909).
57: Beattie, Edward W., Jr. (b. 1909).
58: Beech, Keyes (1913–1990).
59: Belden, Jack (1910–1989).
60: Bell, Martin (b. 1938).
61: Benjamin, Anna Northend (1874–1902).
62: Bennett, James Gordon (1795–1872).
63: Bennett, James Gordon, Jr. (1841–1918).
64: Bennett, Lowell (d. 1975).
65: Benson, Eugene (1839–1908).
66: Bentley, Henry (?).
67: Bernstein, Walter (b. 1919).
68: Berry, Ian (b. 1934).
69: Bewley, Cyril (1904–1944).
70: Bickham, William Denison (1827–1894).
71: Bicycles.
72: Biddle, George (1885–1973).
73: Bigart, Homer (1907–1991).
74: Bigelow, Poultney (1856–1954).
75: Billman, Howbert(?).
76: Blair, Eric Arthur (1903–1950).
77: Bloom, David (1963–2003).
78: Blundey, David (1945–1989).
79: Bodman, Albert (?).
80: Boer War.
81: Boer War Siege Newspapers.
82: Bogart, Robert D. (b. 1842?).
83: Bohemian Brigade.
84: Bohrod, Aaron (1907–1992).
85: Bonsal, Stephen (1865–1951).
86: Boulat, Alexandra (1962–2007).
87: Bourchier, James David (1850–1920).
88: Bourke-White, Margaret (1906–1971).
89: Boxer Rebellion.
90: Boyle, Frederick (1841Lason_2013;1914).
91: Brackenbury, Charles Booth (1831–1900).
92: Brady, Mathew B. (1823–1896).
93: Brigham, Charles D. (1819–1894).
94: Brines, Russell (1911–1982).
95: Brodie, Howard (b. 1915).
96: Broun, Heywood (1888–1939).
97: Brown, Cecil (1907–1987).
98: Brown, Stephen R. (b. 1947).
99: Browne, Junius Henri (1833–1902).
100: Browne, Malcolm W. (b. 1931).
101: Bryson, George Eugene (d. 1912).
102: Buckley, Christopher (d. 1950).
103: Bulgarian Atrocities.
104: Bull, Rene (1872–1942).
105: Bunker, William Mitchell (b. 1850).
106: Burchett, Wilfred (1911–1983).
107: Burke, John (1843–1900).
108: Burleigh, Bennet (c. 1840–1914).
109: Burns, George (1902–1964).
110: Burroughs, Edgar Rice (1875–1950).
111: Burrows, Larry (1926–1971).
112: Burton, James (b. 1871).
113: Buschemi, John (d. 1944).
114: Bush, Asahel “Ace” (1910–1944).
115: Byington, Aaron Homer (1826–1910).
116: Cadwallader, Sylvanus (b. 1826).
117: Cagnoni, Romano (b. 1935).
118: Caldwell, Erskine (1903–1987).
119: Cameron, James (1911–1985).
120: Cameron, John Alexander (d. 1885).
121: Campbell, Archibald Doon (1920–2003).
122: Campbell, Gerald Fitzgerald (1872–1933).
123: Capa, Cornell (1918–2008).
124: Capa, Robert (1913–1954).
125: Caputo, Philip (b. 1943).
126: Carpenter, Iris (b. 1906).
127: Carrier Pigeons.
128: Cartier-Bresson, Henri (1909–2004).
129: Casey, Robert Joseph (1890–1962).
130: Cassidy, Henry C. (b. 1910).
131: Cave, Peter (b. 1952).
132: Chandler, Edmund (1874–1926).
133: Chapelle, Georgette “Dickey” (1918–1965).
134: Chapman, Frank C. (?).
135: Chenery, Thomas (1826–1884).
136: Chester, Thomas Morris (1834–1892).
137: Chetwyd-Talbot, John (1910–1991).
138: China Hands.
139: Christy, Howard Chandler (1873–1952).
140: Church, William Conant “Pierrepont” (1836–1917).
141: Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874–1965).
142: Clapper, Raymond Lewis (1892–1944).
143: Clark, Willis Gaylord (1827–1898).
144: Clarke, Sir Basil (1879–1947).
145: Clarke, Thomas (1884–1957).
146: Clifford, Alexander Graeme (1909–1952).
147: CNN Effect.
148: Cobb, Irvin Shrewsbury (1876–1944).
149: Cockburn, Claud (1904–1981).
150: Coffin, Charles Carleton (1823–1896).
151: Colburn, Robert T. (?).
152: Collingwood, Charles Cummings (1917–1985).
153: Collins, Robert Moore (1868–1937).
154: Coltman, Robert (b. 1862).
155: Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
156: Confederate Press Association.
157: Conniff, Frank (1914–1971).
158: Cook, George S. (1819–1902).
159: Cooke, John Esten (1830–1886).
160: Cooper, James Lees (1907–1980).
161: Cooper, Robert Wright “Bob” (1904–1992).
162: Cowan, Ruth (b. 1902).
163: Cowles, Virginia (1910–1983).
164: Cox, Sir Geoffrey Sandford (1910–2008).
165: Coyne, Catherine (1907–1992).
166: Crane, Stephen (1871–1900).
167: Crawford, Kenneth Gale (1902–1983).
168: Crawfurd-Price, Walter (1881–1967).
169: Creelman, James (1859–1915).
170: Crimean War.
171: Crockett, Edward Harry (1911–1943).
172: Croft, Steve (b. 1945).
173: Cronkite, Walter Leland, Jr. (1916–2009).
174: Crosby, Charles E. (d. 1897).
175: Cross, Henry (1855–1898).
176: Crost, Lyn (?).
177: Crounse, Lorenzo L. (1834–1909).
178: Crowe, Sir Joseph Archer (1825–1896).
179: Crozier, Emmet (1893–1982).
180: Cunningham, Alfred (1870–1918).
181: Cunningham, Ed (1913–1984).
182: Daguerreotype.
183: Daniel, John Moncure (1825–1865).
184: Daniell, Tania Long (1913-?).
185: Da Ponte, Durant (1825–1894).
186: Darnton, Byron (1897–1942).
187: Das Schwarze Korps (The Black Corps).
188: Davenport, Reuben Briggs (c. 1852–1932).
189: Davies, Charles Maurice (1828–1910).
190: Davis, Elmer (1890–1958).
191: Davis, Neil (1934–1985).
192: Davis, Oscar King (1866–1932).

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Mitchel P. Roth

Mitchel P. Roth is Professor of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University. His research focuses on historical perspectives on criminal justice, history of homicide, terrorism, and organized crime.