- Title Pages
- List of Maps and Images
- Note on Place Names
- Introduction War Correspondents
- 1 Burma 1942
- 2 The Governor of Burma and his Critics
- 3 Early Birds or ‘Vultures’?
- 4 Organising the War Correspondents in Burma
- 5 George Rodger and <i>Life</i> Magazine Photo-Journalism
- 6 Newsreel Cameramen
- 7 Reporting the Battles
- 8 Journalists and the Evacuation of Civilians from Burma, 1942
- 9 Making the Government of Burma’s Case
- Epilogue and Conclusion What Happened to the Correspondents after the Burma Retreat?
- Appendix 1 War Correspondents In Burma, December 1941 to June 1942
- Appendix 2 George Rodger Stories For Life Magazine (As Recorded In Rodger’s Diaries) All Dates 1942
- Reporting the Retreat
- Oxford University Press
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