DORNBERG, John. American (born Germany), b. 1931. Genres: Art/Art history, History, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Travel/Exploration, Biography. Career: Freelance Foreign Corresp. Managing Ed., The Overseas Weekly, Frankfurt, Germany, 1956-63; Correspondent in Bonn and Bureau Chief in Vienna, Moscow, and Munich, Newsweek mag., 1963-72. Publications: Schizophrenic Germany, 1961; The Other Germany, 1968; The New Tsars: Russia Under Stalin's Heirs, 1972; Brezhnev: The Masks of Power, 1974; The Two Germanys, 1974; The New Germany, 1975; The Soviet Union Today, 1976; Eastern Europe: A Communist Kaleidoscope, 1980; The Putsch That Failed: Munich 1923, 1982; Berlitz Traveller's Guide to Germany, 1992; Central and Eastern Europe, 1995; Western Europe, 1996. Died 2000.