Journalism and the Russo-Japanese War : The End of the Golden Age of Combat Correspondence Hardback
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This book examines the journalistic coverage and challenges during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05, what some have called World War Zero.
The authors explore how Japan delayed and regulated correspondents so they could do no harm to the nation's ambitions at home or abroad and implemented methods of shaping the news.
They argue Japan helped to shape the modern world of journalism by creating and packaging "truth."
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