Miller, Webb

Miller, Webb

(1892–1940) foreign correspondent; born near Pokagon, Mich. His reports from Mexico during the Pancho Villa crisis helped land him, in 1916, a lifelong job with the United Press. A World War I correspondent, he became general manager for European news in the crucial years preceding World War II. His book I Have Found No Peace (1936) expressed disillusionment with modern technology and politics.
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