Cameron In The Guardian

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James Cameron was born in London in 1911. After leaving school he worked as an office boy for the Weekly News. He worked for newspapers in Dundee and Glasgow before joining the Daily Express in 1940.

Cameron witnessed atom bomb tests in 1946. Shocked by what he saw he became a strong opponent of the possession of these weapons and later helped form the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

In 1950 Tom Hopkinson sent Cameron and Bert Hardy to report on the Korean War for the Picture Post. While in Korea the two men produced three illustrated stories for Picture Post. This included the landing of General Douglas MacArthur and his troops at Inchon. Cameron also wrote a piece about the way that the South Koreans were treating their political prisoners. Edward G. Hulton, the owner of the magazine, considered the article to be "communist propaganda" and Hopkinson was forced to resign.

Cameron covered world events for the Daily Chronicle (1952- PDF60). He also wrote several books including Men of Our Time (1963), Witness in Vietnam (1966) his autobiography, Point of Departure (1967) and Cameron Country (1984). James Cameron died in 1985. Like this book? Read online this: Cameron's Coup, Groom For Gwen (Guardian Angels) (Guardian Angels) (Harlequin Romance , No 3524).

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