The Greenwood Library of American War Reporting
Volume 1: The French and Indian War; The Revolutionary War
Volume 2: The War of 1812; The Mexican-American War
Volume 3: The Civil War North; The Civil War South
Volume 4: The Indian Wars; The Spanish-American War
Volume 5: World War I; World War II, The European Theater
Volume 6: World War II, The Asian Theater; The Korean War
Volume 7: The Vietnam War; Post-Vietnam Conflicts
Volume 8: The Iraq Wars and the War on Terror & Index
The Greenwood Library of American War Reporting presents a unique and unfiltered presentation of American History from colonial days to the present through annotated primary documents of journalists and reporters writing as events occurred.
The definitive reference source on culture and history during wartime America's conflicts, each volume collects key news reports on battles, politics, the home front, peace talks, massacres, and much more. Substantial context-setting overviews introduce every volume, topical chapter, and unabridged primary source.
Over 2,500 annotated news reports - newspaper and magazine articles, and radio and television transcripts - and 400 drawings and photos cover every major and most minor conflicts over the past 250 years, from the French & Indian Wars to the War on Terror. Read history as it was being made in these immediate, raw, and often confused reports about life-and-death struggles on the front lines and the critical activities on the home front.
Modern military history, United States Armed forces, War journalism resources
Communication | Journalism Studies
Cook, Russell J. Editor volume 7 and Martin, Shannon E. Editor volume 7, "The Greenwood Library of American War Reporting" (2005). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 122.