War correspondents 1942-1943
This is a partial list of war correspondents who reported from North Africa or Italy in 1942-43, during World War II. Some of the names are taken from the war journal of Eric Lloyd Williams, a correspondent for Reuters and the South African Press Association during the war, and from a radio broadcast he made in 1944.
- James Aldridge, New York Times
- Bruce Anderson, South African Broadcasting Corporation
- Graham (G E) Beamish, New Zealand correspondent
- Jack Belden, Life
- Paul Bewsher, Daily Mail
- Homer Bigart, New York Herald Tribune
- Eric Bigio, Daily Express
- Hal Boyle, Associated Press
- Sam Brewer, Chicago Tribune

Alan Moorehead (left) and Alexander Clifford (right) during the North African Campaign
- Christopher Buckley, Daily Telegraph
- Norman Clark, News Chronicle
- Alexander Clifford, Daily Mail
- Edward Harry Crockett, Associated Press
- Walter Cronkite, United Press
- Daniel De Luce, Associated Press
- Richard Dimbleby, BBC
- Robert Dunnett, BBC
- Frank Gervasi, Collier’s Weekly
- Frank Gillard, BBC
- Hank Gorrell, United Press
- Les Green, South African Broadcasting Corporation
- Matthew Halton, Toronto Star, CBC
- Guy Harriot, Sydney Morning Herald
- Bruce Hewitt, New Zealand Press Association
- Russell Hill, New York Herald Tribune

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- Geoffrey Hoare, The Times
- Clare Hollingworth, Daily Express, Chicago Daily News
- Alaric Jacob, Daily Express
- Denis Johnston, BBC
- Philip Jordan, News Chronicle
- Ed Kennedy, Associated Press
- George Lait, International News Service
- Ronald Legge, Daily Telegraph
- Alexander Gault MacGowan, The Sun (New York)
- Denis Martin, Daily Herald
- Frank Martin, Associated Press
- Richard McMillan, United Press
- Drew Middleton, New York Times
- Ronald Monson, Daily Express and Australian newspapers
- Alan Moorehead, Daily Express
- Chester Morrison, CBS
- Leonard Mosley, Allied Newspapers
- William Munday, Australian Newspapers
- Gerald Norman, The Times
- John (Tex) O'Reilly, New York Herald Tribune
- Ernie Pyle, Scripps-Howard Newspapers
- Quentin Reynolds, Collier’s Weekly
- Frederick Salisbury, Daily Herald
- Nestor Solodovnik, Tass News Agency
- Norman Soong, Chinese press
- Edmund Stevens, Christian Science Monitor
- Bill Stoneman, Chicago Daily News
- John Sutherland, South African Press Association
- Jack Thompson, Chicago Tribune
- George Tucker, Associated Press
- Ralph Walling, Reuters
- Don Whitehead, Associated Press
- Eric Lloyd Williams, Reuters/South African Press Association
- Harry Zinder, Time
- Harold Guard - United Press

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