war correspondent

  1. a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a combat zone or place of battle for publication or broadcast
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  • As a war correspondent, Samson covered the War in Korea.
  • He has already hired his own roving war correspondent and set up an adventure channel on which mountain climbers will post their own videos.
  • All of which makes one nostalgic for the simplicities of the Second World War, when war correspondents on both sides were expected to be unquestioning patriots.
  • He would have made a lousy war correspondent.
  • When the German Nazi armies invaded Russia in Operation Barbarossa, an Italian fascist intellectual (who later covered his fascist tracks as well as any secret agent could have done) went off, in the uniform of an Italian officer, as war correspondent for Milan's Corriere della Sera newspaper. Five Best
  • In her capacity as war correspondent for ABC News, she has traveled all over the world.
  • She spoke emotionally about her experiences as a war correspondent.
  • The documentary highlighted the life of a war correspondent.
  • A war correspondent carries into every war zone a selection of lucky charms which he believes keep him safe.
  • Stephen Crane was another great writer to gain fame as a war correspondent.
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