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Pulitzer Prize for Telegraphic Reporting - International

Telegraphic Reporting (International)
  • 1942 Laurence Edmund Allen, Associated Press, for reporting on the British Mediterranean Fleet.
  • 1943 Ira Wolfert, North American Newspaper Alliance[?], for a series of articles on the battle of the Solomon Islands.
  • 1944 Daniel De Luce, Associated Press, for distinguished reporting in 1943.
  • 1945 Mark S. Watson, The Baltimore Sun, for distinguished reporting from Washington, London and the French and Italian fronts in 1944.
  • 1946 Homer William Bigart, The New York Herald Tribune, for distinguished war reporting from the Pacific.
  • 1947 Eddy Gilmore, Associated Press, for his postwar correspondence from Moscow.

See also: Pulitzer Prize



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