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Frederick Palmer

Author Code: AFPR

Born: Jan. 29, 1873 - Pleasantville, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Sep. 2, 1958 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, Palmer held various journalism positions until he was hired by the New York Press in 1895 to be its London correspondent. Palmer spent over fifty years as a war correspondent covering such major events as the Greco-Turkish War (1897) (which led to his book, Going to War in Greece), The Philippine American War (1899-1902), The Boer War (1899-1902), The Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905) and the First World War. In the latter he served with the American Expeditionary Force under General Pershing as a colonel and was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. Following the war, Palmer immersed himself in writing, producing over 30 volumes before the outbreak of World War II. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Princeton University in 1935. During the Second World War he spent time in France with the British Army and with the American Army in both Europe and the Pacific. During his long career, Palmer worked for many of the leading journals and newspapers including Collier's Weekly, The New York Times, New York Globe and Everybody's Magazine to name a few. His other works include With Kuroki in Manchuria (1904), Lucy of the Stars (1906), The Vagabond (1910), Over the Pass (1912), The Last Shot (1914), My Year of the War (1916), My Second Year of the War (1917), The Folly of Nations (1921), With My Own Eyes (1933), Man With a Country (1935), Our Gallant Madness (1937) and John J. Pershing (1948).

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AFPR004 The Last Shot 1914 284 1018k eBook Download PDF - 'The Last Shot' (AFPR004) Find a printed copy of The Last Shot by Frederick Palmer at AbeBooks
AFPR005 My Second Year of the War 1917 131 624k eBook Download PDF - 'My Second Year of the War' (AFPR005) Find a printed copy of My Second Year of the War by Frederick Palmer at AbeBooks
AFPR003 My Year of the War 1916 184 800k eBook Download PDF - 'My Year of the War' (AFPR003) Find a printed copy of My Year of the War by Frederick Palmer at AbeBooks
AFPR002 The Old Blood 1916 160 606k eBook Download PDF - 'The Old Blood' (AFPR002) Find a printed copy of The Old Blood by Frederick Palmer at AbeBooks
AFPR001 Over the Pass 1912 206 787k eBook Download PDF - 'Over the Pass' (AFPR001) Find a printed copy of Over the Pass by Frederick Palmer at AbeBooks

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