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  • William Randolph Hearst Marion Davies
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    William Randolph Hearst & Marion Davies: The Truth of their Relationship Things are not always as they seem. People who are always in the public eye often have their live stereotyped because they are rich and famous. This was the case with William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies. Many people believed that because of his power and money she was using him to advance her career and that the relationship would not last due to the 34-year age difference between them. The truth is that their relatio...
  • New York Journal Owner William Randolph Hearst
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    How far is a person willing to go to be the best? Will he sacrifice friends, family, even the lives of his countrymen? What makes someone that devoted to competition that they are willing to destroy everything that they " ve ever known, and quite possibly start a war in the process all to see that they " ve outsold there competition? These are the questions one must ask once you learn of the life's story of William Randolph Hearst. From his news empire that included over 2 dozen major newspapers...
  • William Randolph Hearst
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    William Randolph Hearst, who lived to the age of 88, was born on April 29th, 1863 in San Francisco California, and died on August 14th, 1951 in Beverly Hills California. Hearst studied at Harvard with his mind set on writing, inspired by Joseph Pulitzer. Hearst strived to become a better writer through out his life. After Harvard, Hearst met Marion Davies and eventually moved in with her, living in a very elaborate mansion nicknamed Hearst's Castle. (web). Hearst and Davies were known for their ...
  • William Randolph Hearst George Hearst
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    William Randolph Hearst George Hearst, William's father was born in 1820 on a frontier plantation in Franklin, Missouri. George's father died when he was 26. George was a very hard worker and loved his family very much. He worked odd jobs and in mines to pay off his fathers debt and to take care of his mother, sister and little brother. Mining fascinated young George and even though he could barely read he d welled into geology books to learn more. In 1848 word started to spread like wildfire ab...
  • Russia Into The War And Churchill
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    Winston Churchill SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, (1874-1965), British leader. English on his father's side, Americano n his mother's, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill embodied and expressed the double vitality and the national qualities of both peoples. His names testify to the richness of his historic inheritance: Winston, after the Royalist family with whom theChurchills married before the English Civil War; Leonard, after his remarkable grandfather, Leonard Jerome of New York; Spencer, the marri...
  • Churchill's Later Years
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    Winston Churchill was born on November 30, 1874, at Blenheim Palace, the famous palace near Oxford that was built by the nation for John Churchill, the first duke of Marlborough. Blenheim meant a lot to Winston Churchill. It was there that he became engaged to his wife, Clementine Ogilvy Hozier. He later wrote his historical masterpiece, The Life and Times of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. With English on his father's side and American on his mother's, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill...
  • Hearst With His Newspapers
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    INTRODUCTION American journalism and mass media were both profoundly influenced by a very dominating figure. In the last decade of the 19th century up until the end of the first half of the 20th century, William Randolph Hearst was a mega-force to be reckoned with. Hearst was a famous American publisher who built up the nation's largest chain of newspapers. He was also a political figure and one of the leading figures during the Spanish-American War period. In his newspapers, he introduced a sen...
  • William Randolph Hearst And Orson Welles
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    Citizen Kane: Hearst or Welles Any man who has the brains to think and the nerve to act for the benefit of the people of the country a radical by those who are content with stagnation and willing to endure disaster. (48 Williams) This quote applies to two men, who in their lives were enemies, but were more alike than either thought possible. Two men whose names are recognizable even today, years after both of their deaths. Two kings of the trade who used different methods in trying to exploit th...
  • Name Of Winston Churchill
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    Churchill was born at Blenheim Palace, his family's ancestral seat in Oxfordshire, on November 30, 1874. (1) He grew up in a sheltered life of a wealthy family. He was the older son of Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, a British statesman who rose to be chancellor of the Exchequer and leader of the House of Commons. He attended a higher educational program at Harrow High School. Toward the end of his years at Harrow, he took great diligence in preparing for the Royal Military College at San...
  • D.C. Significance The De Lome Letter
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    BLOCK THREE: PROGRESSIVISM AND INTERNATIONALISM, 1898-1941 IDENTIFICATIONS: 1. Lend-Lease Bill: Who-Spanish diplomat Enrique Dupuy de Lome, United States President William McKinley, William Randolph Hearst and his New York Journal What- The DeLome letter was a letter from the Spanish ambassador Enrique Dupuy de Lome, in Washington, D.C., to Don Jose Canalejas, in Havana, Cuba, that was intercepted by a Cuban agent, leaked to William Randolph Hearst, and published on the front page of the New Yor...

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