From Kristallnacht to Watergate

Memoirs of a Newspaperman by Harry Rosenfeld

“What an American journey! Harry Rosenfeld rises from a nine-year-old Jewish refugee become a pivotal Washington Post editor in charge of the Watergate story and overseeing Woodward and Bernstein...His story is America‘s story in the last half century.”
—Joseph E. Persico


“A great and moving tale.”
—Carl Bernstein

“A terrific memoir by one of the great newspapermen of the era.”
—Bob Woodward

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“A great American story... [an] inspiring saga.” -Tom Brokaw

NYT's Sam Roberts: "You'll be fascinated"

February 9, 2014

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In his New York Times Bookshelf column today Sam Roberts writes: "If you liked the hard-driving Jack Warden character in 'All the President's Men,' you'll be fascinated by the real-life journalistic exploits of Harry Rosenfeld" in his memoir. Roberts particularly recommends Rosenfeld's account of his years with The New York Herald Tribune, where he worked until the paper shut down in 1966.