The United States Information Agency did not long survive the Cold War it helped wage. But today the lessons it taught us may be more useful than ever.
A veteran reporter looks back to a time when the stakes were really high—and vet military men actually trusted newsmen.
In 1938 the European correspondent for CBS was in Austria when the Nazis marched in. He wanted to tell the world about it—but first he had to help invent a whole new kind of broadcasting.
How the novelty item of 1920 became the world-straddling colossus of 1940
Operation Market-Garden promised to lay an airborne red carpet to victory, but its final objective proved to be “a bridge to far.”