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  1. Feature

    The Death of Supply Column 21

    November 1, 2006 08:30 AM

    The Associated Press bureau that operated out of Saigon starting in mid-1965 was a great one — a place of legends, a bureau created by arguably the most underrated editor of that era. Wes Gallagher was new at his... Continue reading

  2. Bio

    David Halberstam

    David Halberstam shared the Pulitzer for International Reporting (with Malcolm Browne) in 1964 for their work in Vietnam. His twenty-first book, The Coldest Winter, about the Korean War, will be published next September by Hyperion. This piece is adapted from his foreword to Breaking News: How the Associated Press Has Covered War, Peace, and Everything Else, to be published next summer.

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