D-Day: Martha Gellhorn goes rogue to get her story

Like everyone else in her line of work, Martha Gellhorn was anxious in the spring of 1944, wondering where the invasion of Western Europe would begin and how she might secure a place near the action. The veteran war correspondent wrote to her friend Eleanor Roosevelt on April 28, frustrated that she had allowed her […]

D-Day: Martha Gellhorn goes rogue to get her story

Published by Aakash Choudhary

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