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|Date of Birth||March 13, 1900|
|Date of Death||March 01, 1975|
|Place of Birth||Greensburg, Pennsylvania|
Harry Flannery Biography
Harry Flannery is a famous Journalist, Radio broadcaster, Author, who was born on March 13, 1900 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. According to Astrologers, Harry Flannery's zodiac sign is Pisces.
Harry W. Flannery (March 13, 1900 — March 11, 1975) was an America journalist and author. He was the Berlin correspondent for the news division of the Columbia Broadcasting System in the years leading up to the United States involvement in World War II. In 1942, he published a bestseller about the experience, Assignment To Berlin. In 1968, he co-authored Which Way Germany, a study of the rise of fascism in pre-war Germany in the context of the Cold War Germany. In 1950, Flannery launched a failed bid for Congress as a Democrat for the 15th District in California. He briefly hosted a television talk show, Harry's Hat Rack and worked for the AFL-CIO in public relations until his retirement in 1967.
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Flannery was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania on 13 March 1900; the son of John V. and Catherine (née Flynn) Flannery. He went to St. Paul’s High School in Scranton, Pennsylvania (1914) and Washington County High School in Hagerstown, Maryland (1915–18). He then attended Notre Dame University for four years and graduated with a Ph.B. in journalism in 1923.
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|Source of Income||Journalist|
Flannery held numerous positions as a reporter. He worked for the Hagerstown Herald in 1916 and later, also for the Hagerstown Mail, the Baltimore Sun, the Chicago City News Service and the Albany Evening News (until 1925). He was editor of the Hoosier Observer (Fort Wayne, Indiana) from 1931–32, before changing to radio broadcasting, serving as radio news editor for station WOWO (Fort Wayne, Indiana) from 1932–33, and news editor and analyst for KMOX (St. Louis, Missouri) from 1935-40.
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Flannery worked as the Berlin correspondent for the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) from 1940–41, replacing William Shirer, and news analyst for CBS, West Coast from 1942-48.
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|Children||Patricia Anne Yoder|
In 1948, Harry became makeup editor for the Los Angeles Examiner. He quit this position in January 1950 to run for Congress as Democrat for the 15th District in California, a campaign he lost. In 1951, he became labor and foreign affairs editor for The Catholic Digest (St. Paul, Minnesota), before switching to an editorial position for the AFL News-Reporter from 1952-55. In 1955, Harry again became a radio journalist as AFL-CIO radio co-ordinator, a position he held until his retirement in 1967. For a couple of years after his retirement, he taught classes on labor issues at the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations.
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