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us: Hunt, Frazier, 1885-1967

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    • us: Fo-jui-tzʻu Han-tʻe, 1885-1967
    • us: Hunt, Frazier, b. 1885
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        Rock Island, Ill.
    • Death Place

        Newtown, Pa.
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        (lcsh) Authors
          (lcsh) Radio broadcasters
            (lcsh) War correspondents
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            Hunt, Frazier, b. 1885Hunt, Frazier,b. 1885
        • Sources

          • found: Windolph, C. I fought with Custer, 1987: CIP t.p. (Frazier Hunt)
          • found: LC data base, 2-11-87 (hdg.: Hunt, Frazier, 1885- )
          • found: His Mai-kʻo-a-se ti ku shih, 1958: t.p. (Fo-jui-tzʻu Han-tʻe)
          • found: Wikipedia, September 10, 2013 (Frazier Hunt; born December 1, 1885 in Rock Island, Illinois; died December 24, 1967 in Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; he was an American radio announcer, writer and war correspondent during World War I and World War II; he wrote several books about his experience during both World Wars as well as historical biographies on famous Americans such as General George Armstrong Custer; he served as the European editor for Cosmopolitan Magazine, interviewing Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, and Adolf Hitler; he also traveled to the Far East, covering the Sino-Japanese War; one of his better-selling books was about his World War I experiences entitled Blown in By the Draft, published by Doubleday in 1918; during the 1930s, he purchased the ranch "Eden Valley" in southern Alberta, where he met Edward, the Prince of Wales (future Edward VIII), teaching him how to play poker; his Untold Story of General MacArthur was based upon his war correspondence duties as he followed Douglas MacArthur through the Pacific; as a broadcaster, Hunt presented Frazier Hunt and the News on the CBS Radio Network in the early 1940s; Hunt has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; he was inducted on February 8, 1960)
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          • 1987-02-13: new
          • 2013-09-11: revised
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