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Newsmen in Khaki is a personal memoir about The Stars and Stripes, the heroic armed forces newspaper, told through the eyes of the author, who was an Army correspondent and managing editor for editions in North Africa and Sicily during World War II. It is told in the form of human tales, including encounters with the men, women, and children in Casablanca, Algiers, Palermo, Rome, Pisa, Florence, Corsica, and Greece. In addition to his own pieces, Mitgang includes articles by other famous authors in uniform (Irwin Shaw, Klaus Mann, Bill Brinkley, etc.), as well as the voices of many American GIs. The epilogue covers the author's post-war career, most tably his long-running stint at the New York Times (where he served as an editor, columnist, book critic, editorial writer and founder of the Op-Ed page.)
Covered national, international, and New York cultural subjects as editorial writer and correspondent for the New York Times. He is author or editor of fifteen books in AMerican history, law, literature, reportage, and fiction. He lives in New York City.