Reviewing the Book “The Double Life of Katharine Clark: The Untold Story of the Fearless Journalist Who Risked Her Life for Truth and Justice”

From a Wall Street Journal review by Joshua Rubenstein of the book by Katharine Gregorio titled “The Double Life of Katharine Clark: The Untold Story of the Fearless Journalist Who Risked Her Life for Truth and Justice”:

There is a long line of Western correspondents who, over the course of the 20th century, covered events in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union and then wrote widely admired books about their experiences. The memoirs of Henry Shapiro and Alexander Werth have informed generations of readers, and the photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White, who made it to Moscow after the German invasion in 1941, gave us the memorable “Shooting the Russian War.”