A story that sucked me in, mostly because of who wrote it. And, 7 other things worth your time.
Over the weekend, I came across a 73-year-old first person account in The Atlantic.
I got completely sucked in.
It was written by Edward Kennedy (1905-1963), who was an Associated Press correspondent in Europe during World War II, and who was the first reporter to break the story of the German surrender — beating the competition by a full day.
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