Ray Moseley

Graduation Year: 
1952

Ray Moseley, London :: is the author of a new book, Reporting War: How Foreign Correspondents Risked Capture, Torture and Death to Cover World War II (Yale University Press). Moseley previously wrote In Foreign Fields: A Veteran’s Correspondent’s Brushes with Wars, Revolution, Secret Police and Flea-Pit Hotels, a journalistic memoir; and the biographies Mussolini's Shadow: The Double Life of Count Galeazzo Ciano and Mussolini: The Last 600 Days of Il Duce. He was an overseas correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and United Press International. He also is a Pulitzer Prize finalist for international reporting and a UNT Distinguished Alumnus. In 2003, he was awarded an honorary Member of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II for services to journalism.