7 edition of Man of wars, William Howard Russell of The Times found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN5123.R8 H3 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||82194303|
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A CLARIFICATION ON RUSSELL'S ROLE. Among some common misunderstandings about the Crimean War and Miss Florence Nightingale is the one about William Howard Russell and the Times of London newspaper.
It is said that Russell was the "first" war correspondent and that his story in the Times caused the public and private uproar over the lack of medical attention paid Crimean War. Sir William Howard Russell, CVO (28 March – 11 February ) was an Irish reporter with The Times, and is considered to have been one of the first modern war spent 22 months covering the Crimean War, including the Siege of Sevastopol and the Charge of the Light later covered events during the Indian Rebellion ofthe American Civil War.
MAN OF WARS. William Howard Russell of 'The Times'. x+, 16 plates, 4 text maps (3 full page), notes, bibliography, index; med. 8vo; top edges of leaves brown; dust wrapper, edges a trifle worn; some foxing, mainly to outer leaves (including title page) and edges; Heinemann, London, First edition.
William Howard Russell () William Howard Russell’s graphic coverage of the Crimean War in for the Times has earned him a lasting reputation as the ‘first Special Correspondent’. Although he was not in fact the first to report from the seat of war for a daily newspaper, he inaugurated a new genre of journalism.The Times newspaper sent their own war correspondent, William Howard Russell, to the Crimean War.
This was a significant move in journalism: for the first time, the British public could learn about the realities and horrors of war as it unfolded.Known to Thackeray and Dickens as “Billy”, the name William Howard Russell is synonymous in the annals of famed war correspondents.
His Crimean War work formed the basis of .