United Nations
 

Interview with: Richard Hottelet

6 May 2005 Pt. 1 (57: 15)
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6 May 2005 Pt. 2 (57: 12)
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(United States of America, 1917 – )
Journalist

Richard Hottelet, the last living journalist from the original World War II-era group of "Murrow's Boys", journalists tutored by Edward R. Murrow at CBS, was a respected broadcaster and war correspondent before working as a United Nations correspondent.  Having encountered many major international events firsthand, including the seaborne invasion of Normandy, Mr. Hottelet shares some of his accounts of his time with the United Nations in the interview conducted on 6 May 2005.  He discusses the relationships between the United Nations and the United States Government, the press and how past Secretaries-General dealt with crises.

 


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