Peter Kalischer

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Peter Kalischer (1915–1991) was an American journalist best known for his reporting of the early stages of the Vietnam War, in the early 1960s. He worked for CBS. He won the Overseas Press Club award in 1963 for his reporting during the Buddhist crisis that led to the fall of President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Vietnam.

He later became a professor at Loyola University.

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Kalischer, Peter (15 January 1949). "Hot Jidosha". The New Yorker 24 (47): 58–63. 

Kalischer, Peter (24 June 1955). "'Mr. Attack' goes to Washington". Collier's 135 (13): 27–31. 

Kalischer, Peter (2 March 1956). "Japan". Collier's 137 (5): 58–65. 

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