Publicado el 24 ene. 2014
Find out more about journalists in World War One: www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zs9bwmn BBC Defence Correspondent Frank Gardner explores how The War Office was allowed to censor the press and execute anyone convicted of ‘assisting the enemy’. He reveals how some journalists, like Philip Gibbs, lived like outlaws in France after Lord Kitchener banned them from the front line.
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