20th century American journalist

William Henry Chamberlin (17 February 1897 – 12 September 1969) was an American historian and journalist. He was the author of several books about the Cold War, communism and US foreign policy, including The Russian Revolution 1917-1921 (1935), which was written in Russia between 1922 and 1934 while he was the Moscow correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor.


17 Feb 1897, in Brooklyn, New York City


12 Sep 1969, in Switzerland

Web Pages

William Henry Chamberlin - Online Library of Liberty
Includes picture, short profile and link to Chamberlin's book America's Second Crusade
"William Henry Chamberlin (1897–1969) was an American journalist best known for his writings on the Cold War, Communism, and U.S. foreign policy."


William Henry Chamberlin: 1897-1969, by Leonard Read, The Freeman, Nov 1969
"Though he wrote nearly a score of books, he remained essentially a newspaperman. In a career that spanned half a century, he traveled extensively, meeting people, asking questions, shaping and reshaping his own views. ... Through it all Mr. Chamberlin remained ebullient, ever confident that man, given time and proper leadership, could find his way through the wilderness."


How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, 1953
"One is left, therefore, with the inescapable conclusion that the promises to 'keep America out of foreign wars' were a deliberate hoax on the American people, perpetrated for the purpose of insuring Roosevelt's re-election and thereby enabling him to proceed with his plan of gradually edging the United States into war."
Related Topic: Franklin D. Roosevelt

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