Otto Friedrich

Otto Friedrich (born 1929 Boston, Massachusetts; died April 26, 1995 Manhasset, New York), was an American journalist, writer and historian. The son of the political theorist, and Harvard professor Carl Joachim Friedrich, Otto Friedrich graduated from Harvard University in 1948 with a degree in History. Upon graduation, he became a journalist, eventually becoming the managing editor of ''The Saturday Evening Post'' in 1965. After the Post closed down, he spent the remainder of his career at ''TIME'' magazine where he wrote over 40 cover stories. During this time, he also authored over 14 books on diverse subjects ranging from the rise of Hollywood to the rise of the Third Reich. In 1970, he won the George Polk Award for his book ''Decline and Fall''. Otto Friedrich was married to Priscilla Boughton, with whom he had five children. He died of lung cancer at the North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York in 1995. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1982
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1965
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1994
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1990
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995,
Published 1991
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1986
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1972
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1986
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by Friedrich, Otto, 1929-1995.
Published 1965
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Published 1991
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by Friedrich, Priscilla.
Published 1965
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