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Mallin, Jay, Sr


MALLIN, Jay, Sr. American, b. 1927. Genres: International relations/ Current affairs, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Stringer corresp. in Cuba during the 1950s; Havana Herald, Cuba, City Ed., 1951-53; Time Magazine, NYC, stringer corresp., 1956-80; Miami News, Florida, correspondent, 1957-63; Center for Advanced International Studies, University of Miami, Florida, research scientist, 1967-69; Copley News Service, correspondent, 1972-74; The Net, ed., 1974-82; Washington Times, Latin American corresp., 1982-85; Radio Marti, news director, 1985-90; TV Marti, editor, 1991-93; International Research 2000, deputy director, 1994-95; Ancient Mariners Press, vice president, 2000-. Publications: Fortress Cuba, 1965; Caribbean Crisis, 1965; Terror in Viet Nam, 1966; Ernesto, "Che" Guevara, 1973; General Vo Nguyen Giap, 1973; Fulgencio Batista, 1974; The Great Managua Earthquake, 1974; Merc: American Soldiers of Fortune, 1978; Covering Castro, 1994; Adventures in Journalism, 1997; (co) Betrayal in April, 2000; History of the Cuban Armed Forces, 2000. EDITOR: "Che" Guevara on Revolution, 1969; Strategy for Conquest, 1970; Terror and Urban Guerrillas, 1971. Address: 4515 Willard Ave Apt 817, Chevy Chase, MD 20815, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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