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"The problem with journalists ‘spying’ on armies continued in the American Civil War (1860–65). Up to 150 war correspondents followed the Union Army, along with photographers and artists, serving the big Northern dailies. War was being reported faster than at any time in history and in much more detail.…"
Publication Date
16 March 2021
Link
weaponsandwarfare.com/2021/03/17/american-civil-war-spying-i
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Weapons And Warfare
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Historical Reference

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