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Robert Moskin

J. Robert Moskin is an award-winning historian and journalist. He has reported from troubled spots around the globe: from Korea, the Middle East, eastern Europe, and three times from the Vietnam war – including a wartime visit to enemy-held Hanoi.

After earning degrees in American history from Harvard and Columbia, Mr. Moskin served nineteen years as an editor of Look magazine – the last five as its Foreign Editor. He has also served as an editor of Collier’s, the Woman’s Home Companion, and the Saturday Review, as well as the editorial director of The Aspen Institute and The Commonwealth Fund. He is the author of American Statecraft, a history of the U.S. Foreign Service, The U.S. Marine Corps Story and Mr. Truman’s War, an account of the final five months of World War I.

Mr. Moskin and his wife Lynn live in New York City and Tyringham, Massachusetts.

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Articles by this Author

Chosin, November 2000 | Vol. 51, No. 7
Fifty years ago in the frozen mountains of Korea, the Marines endured a campaign as grueling and heroic as any in history