By Kevin O'Keefe
This research is an try to chronicle and examine the attitudes of the hot York press in reference to the occasions of the interval from 1914 to 1917 with regards to American neutrality. it really is established totally on an afternoon to-day research of 16 day-by-day newspapers in ny urban for the time of American non-participation within the First international battle. The learn concerned not just editorial opinion but additionally information goods, function articles, letters to the editor, publication studies and targeted observation. The documents of the key ny newspapers of the interval evidently constituted the fundamental assets. as well as this, use was once made up of the memoirs, diaries and personal papers of editors, publishers and different public figures; the Congressional list, 1914-1917; Congressional hearings and studies, 1915, 1919, 1936 and 1937; yes British and German fabrics; books, articles and different secondary resources. the writer additionally drew upon the reminiscences of latest Yorkers lively in journalism throughout the period.
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On August 8 for example, most New York dailies carried a report, based solely on "private information" in the German language paper Staats-Zeitung, that four British warships had been sunk by German torpedo boats. As far as the interpretation of events is concerned, the contention has been made, especially by certain "disillusioned" historians in the post-war period, that the moulders of American opinion in 1914 held naive and unsophisticated attitudes on world affairs. If this was true elsewhere in this country, the New York press again is a notable exception.
T30 131 CHAPTER Ill THE PRESS AND THE PERILS OF NEUTRALITY, OCTOBER 1914-JANUARY 1915 After the drive of the German army on Paris had been checked at the battle of the Marne, the war settled down to a long exhausting endurance test between the rna jor belligerents. The Germans retreated to the river Aisne and by early October had formed a more or less stabilized front, which was to last for most of the war. The resultant stalemate created an enormous demand by both sets of belligerents for American food, clothing, munitions and raw materials.
In most papers the evidence points toward adequate background in European politics and, in some cases, first hand knowledge of international affairs. And such knowledge might be expected in light of the personal background of many New York city editors and editorial writers. 127 Frank H. Simonds, for example, was an editorial writer for the Sun who later 12 6 The Herald alone perceived that "Gennan success ... depends upon a quick march to Paris ... " (August 14, 1914). 127 The discussion of New York journalists is based on Oliver Carlson, Brisbane: A Candid Biography (New York, 1937), 75-83; Editor and Publisher, XIV (July 11, 1914), 75; Gerald W.
A Thousand Deadlines: The New York City Press and American Neutrality, 1914–17 by Kevin O'Keefe