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NOUN   a war correspondent | war correspondents
военный корреспондент {м}
war correspondent
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Translation for 'war correspondent' from English to Russian

war correspondent
военный корреспондент {м}журн.
Usage Examples English
  • Army as a war correspondent for Condé Nast Publications from December 1942.
  • Reed's reporting on the Villistas in a series of outstanding magazine articles gained him a national reputation as a war correspondent.
  • joined World War II in 1941, Jameson served as a war correspondent in Europe.
  • Her account of the travails of those around her, her keen insight into the personalities of the principal officers of both the British and American armies, and her devotion to her husband in peril have led some commentators to name her as the first woman war correspondent.
  • Famed World War II war correspondent Ernie Pyle was born on a tenant farm near Dana.
  • Buchheim was a "Sonderführer" in a propaganda unit of the "Kriegsmarine" in the Second World War, writing as a war correspondent about his experiences on minesweepers, destroyers and submarines.
  • In the Russo‐Turkish war of 1877–78, he was engaged as a war correspondent by the "New York Herald", the London "Daily News", and the London "Graphic".
  • Service, then a war correspondent for the "Toronto Star", was mistakenly arrested as a spy and narrowly avoided being executed out of hand.
  • Paterson became a war correspondent for "The Sydney Morning Herald" and "The Age" during the Second Boer War, sailing for South Africa in October 1899.
  • The role of the Beaufighters during the Battle of the Bismarck Sea was recorded by war correspondent and film-maker Damien Parer, who had flown during the engagement standing behind the pilot of one of the No.
  • From 1918 to 1919, Hecht served as war correspondent in Berlin for the "Chicago Daily News".
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and war correspondent Ernie Pyle was regularly published in the "Stars and Stripes" before he was killed by a Japanese machine-gunner on Iejima during the Battle of Okinawa.
  • War correspondent Osmar White reported that above the crematorium door was a verse beginning ‘Worms shall not devour me, but flames consume this body. I always loved the heat and light…’.
  • One of the first foreigners to drive a Volkswagen was the American war correspondent Ernie Pyle, who had the use of a captured Volkswagen for a few days after the Allied victory in Tunisia in May 1943.
  • As a war correspondent for the "Kievskaya Mysl", Trotsky moved to France on 19 November 1914.
  • Lieutenant Werner is a war correspondent on the [...] in October 1941.
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