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 6/24/1946-London, England- Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles, American authors who served as war reporters during World War II, flew to England to attend opening night of their play, "Love Goes to War," based on their experiences in Italy. The authors are shown with members of the cast at the Embassy Theatre, Swiss Cottage, London. Left to right: Ralph Michael, who plays a public relations officer in the British army; Virginia Cowles; Martha Gellhorn; and Irene Worth, who plays one of the woman correspondents. Photo courtesy of Corbis

 

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