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The Greatest POW Escape in American History

Greatest Escape in American History

by Stephen Dando-Collins Eisenhower’s aide, Patton’s son-in-law, Hemingway’s son: The Greatest POW Escape in American History Tall, thin Lieutenant Craig D. Campbell, from Austin, Texas was among the first Americans to arrive at the Nazi’s Oflag 64 POW camp at Schubin,

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Posted in Military History

Hemingway and La Feria de San Fermín

by A.E. Hotchner In the spring of 1948, I was dispatched to Havana on the ridiculous mission of asking Ernest Hemingway to write an article on “The Future of Literature.” I was with Cosmopolitan, then a literary magazine, before its

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Posted in Modern History

Hemingway and Cuba: Through the Smoke of a 102-year-old’s Cigar

Gregorio Fuentes Hemingway's Cuba-old man and the sea

by Brin-Jonathan Butler Gregorio Fuentes, the model for Hemingway’s humble Santiago in The Old Man and the Sea, survived until 104 and still never read a word of the thin, 127-page novel that brought his friend a Pulitzer and Noble

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Posted in Modern History
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