Henry Kamm: Pulitzer-Winning New York Times Journalist

From a New York Times obit by Robert D. McFadden headlined “Henry Kamm, Pulitzer-Winning New York Times Journalist, Dies at 98”:

Henry Kamm, a former Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent for The New York Times who covered Cold War diplomacy in Europe and the Soviet Union, famine in Africa, and wars and genocide in Southeast Asia, died on Sunday in Paris.

From the continent he had fled at 15 to escape Nazi persecution during World War II, to the battlefields and killing fields of what was then known as Indochina, Mr. Kamm was the consummate star of The Times’s foreign staff: a fast, accurate, stylish writer, fluent in five languages, with global contacts and reportorial instincts that found human dramas and historical perspectives in the day’s news.