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From Prague to Jerusalem
An Uncommon Journey of a Journalist
Milan J. Kubic
"Kubic's conflict stories are eye-opening gems, full of intrigue and insight." —Foreword Reviews
“This memoir illuminates myriad important historical events on three continents over the course of about a quarter century of Kubic’s eventful journalistic career and contains many thought-provoking insights. The insider’s account of the Arab-Israeli conflict is especially valuable.” —Walter L. Hixson, author of American Foreign Relations: A New Diplomatic History
After spending his childhood in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia and witnessing the Communist takeover of his country in 1948, a young journalist named Milan Kubic embarked on a career as a Newsweek correspondent that spanned thirty-one years and three continents, reporting on some of the most memorable events in the Middle East. Now, Kubic tells this fascinating story in depth.
August 2017 320 pp., 6x9
Milan J. Kubic is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He served as a correspondent for Newsweek magazine from 1958 to 1989, covering Washington, South America, Eastern and Western Europe, and the Middle East.
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