How did newspapers report the events of World War 1?
How much of the story was the media able to tell? Find out in A Tale of Two Nations launching June 24.
How did newspapers report the events of World War 1? How much of the story was the media able to tell?
Author Melina Druga asked these very questions and weaves together details from key events in the war using contemporary newspapers as her main source. As a consequence, the events in A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1 do not have the benefit of hindsight and analysis. The reporting is chaotic, incomplete and often inaccurate, but it paints a picture of the war as our ancestors knew it.
A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1 is the story of two North American countries that found themselves embroiled in an European war – one by circumstance and one by choice.
This is the complete edition in the journalism history series originally published in five parts:
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Melina Druga is available virtually to discuss A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1 with your book club, history organization, bookstore or library.
About Melina Druga
Melina Druga is a multi-genre author with a lifelong love of history, books and the English language. She pens historical fiction and nonfiction. Druga writes about the past because although school history classes may have been boring, the past was not. Her era of expertise, and obsession, is 1890-1920 with a particular focus on the Great War and how it affected the lives of ordinary people.
Druga’s other interests and hobbies include listening to music, yoga, photography, astronomy, travel and healthy eating.