Books by Stanley Cloud

Released: Sept. 21, 2003

"A fine portrait, and a well-placed condemnation of a shameful episode in history: the betrayal of Poland."
A lively tale of Poland's famed WWII fighter wing, which contributed materially to the RAF's victory in the Battle of Britain. Read full book review >
Released: May 6, 1996

"A nicely told look back at what was, and a glimpse of what might have been, in the field of broadcast journalism."
An absorbing, frequently poignant narrative about the heroes of CBS radio news, the men and women who set the standards for broadcast journalism during WW II, and about what happened to the heroes, and the standards, in the years that followed. Read full book review >