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Martin, Ralph (Guy)

MARTIN, Ralph (Guy)

MARTIN, Ralph (Guy). American, b. 1920. Genres: History, Politics/ Government, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Combat Correspondent Europe, World War II, The Stars & Stripes & Yank, the Army Weekly. Associate Ed., New Republic mag., 1945-48, and Newsweek mag., 1953-55; Executive Ed., House Beautiful mag., 1955-57. Publications: Boy from Nebraska, 1946; The Best Is None Too Good, 1948; (with D. Myers) Stevenson, 1952; (with R. Harrity) Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Life in Pictures, 1958; (with R. Harrity) The Human Side of FDR, 1960; (with E. Plaut) Front Runner, Dark Horse, 1960; (with M. Stone) Money, Money, Money, 1960; (with R. Harrity) Man of Destiny: Charles de Gaulle, 1961; (with R. Harrity) Man of the Century: Winston Churchill, 1961; (with R. Harrity) The Three Lives of Helen Keller, 1962; (with R. Harrity) World War II: From D-Day to VE Day, 1962; The Bosses, 1964; Ballots and Bandwagons, 1964; President from Missouri, 1964; Skin Deep (novel), 1964; World War II: War in the Pacific, 1965; Wizard of Wall Street, 1965; The G.I. War, 1967; Man of the People, 1968; Jennie: The Life of Lady Randolph Churchill, vol. I, The Romantic Years, 1854-1895, 1970, vol. II, The Dramatic Years, 1895-1921, 1971; Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 1972; The Woman He Loved: The Story of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, 1974; Cissy: The Life of Eleanor Medill Patterson, 1979; A Hero for Our Time: An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years, 1984; Charles and Diana, 1985; Golda, Golda Meir: The Romantic Years, 1988; Henry and Clare: An Intimate Portrait of the Luces, 1992; Seeds of Destruction, Joe Kennedy and His Sons, 1995. Address: 135 Harbor Rd, Westport, CT 06880, U.S.A.

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