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I thoroughly enjoyed the letters and learning more about Walter Cronkite.
As a writer of letters home, Cronkite was OK, but the letters are not sufficiently varied or informative to provide the basis for a book.
This is a well written book that provides interesting insights about a famous personality and his WWII experiences as a war journalist.
Anything about Walter Cronkite brings back nostalgia to those of us who remember vividly when reporters were actual journalists and reported the news. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Judy Brownrigg
My husband is enjoying this book very much. Having grown up watching Cronkite on the nightly news, it's interesting to get his take on the war.Published 11 months ago by Laura GM
A groundbreaker for telling the story of European events as it unfolded; he was a participant. He blazed the trail for broadcast journalism. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Anita H. Eisenhauer
I would highly recommend this book to those interested in a unique glimpse into the personal life of a very public man. Read morePublished 12 months ago by An Avid Reader
Perhaps it is just me, but after reading two thirds of the book, I put it down. I can appreciate his being stationed in England and missing his wife, but with the length of his... Read morePublished 12 months ago by TNYankee
Interesting, but not exciting. I guess I expected more detail of Cronkite's experiences in WWII. It almost appeared to be censored and not as revealing as I expected.Published 13 months ago by Robert Poel