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Birchall, Frederick T., 1871-1955

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1871 - 1955

Frederick T. Birchall was born in 1871 in England. Before emigrating to the United States in 1893, he worked as a reporter for several British newspapers, including the "Pall Mall Gazette." the chief European correspondent for the "New York Times" from 1932-1939. In the United States, Birchall continued to work as a reporter and joined the staff of the "New York Times" in 1905 where he stayed until his retirement. He became chief of the European desk at the "Times" in 1932. Birchell published "The Storm Breaks: A Panorama of Europe and the Forces That Have Wrecked Its Peace" in 1940. He died in 1955.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"The Storm Breaks" manuscript

MS-128
 Collection
Identifier: MS-128
Overview "The Storm Breaks" (1939). The collection contains the handwritten manuscript, agents's typescript and additional typsescript of the book by Frederick T. Birchall. Discarded duplicate pages are also included.