Front Lines to Headlines



by James J. Heiman

Front Lines to Headlines: The World War I Overseas Dispatches of Otto P. Higgins by James J. Heiman is a narrative review of the complete collection of 218 overseas World War I dispatches, which includes a sampling of dispatches and 42 field photographs.

Both the dispatches and the photographs were created by embedded divisional correspondent Otto P. Higgins and published in The Kansas City Star between May 1918 and July 1919.

Descriptions of the dispatches are presented in narrative form in the book and organized sequentially in monthly installments by date of composition, followed by a representative sampling of photographs and intact articles.


6 x 1.12 x 9 inches

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