Herman Bernstein, prominent newspaperman and particularly well known for his achievments as foreign correspondent for the metropolitan press has accepted the position of editor of the JEWISH TRIBUNE.
In 1908 Bernstein toured Europe for the NEW YORK TIMES. During the period of the Russian Revolution, Bernstein represented the NEW YORK HERALD and a syndicate of other papers in Russia. In 1917 he was instrumental in obtaining possession of the letters commonly known as the Willy-Nicky correspondence – a mass of letters exchanged between the former Kaiser and the Czar of Russia.
He is the author of several books and has translated a number of Russian works. He was the founder and for a time the editor of the Yiddish daily THE DAY.
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