Richard Yaffe

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Richard Yaffe (June 10, 1903 – October 30, 1986), was a journalist and founding editor in chief of Israel Horizons magazine.[1][2] He was also a special correspondent of the Columbia Broadcasting System.[3] In 1950 he was part of the Hollywood blacklist.[4] He died in New York Hospital in 1986 of pneumonia.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Richard Yaffe, 83". Associated Press. Retrieved 2008-03-14. Richard Yaffe, an editor and foreign correspondent, died of pneumonia Thursday in New York Hospital. He was 83. 
  2. ^ "Richard Yaffe". New York Times. November 5, 1986. Retrieved 2008-03-14. Richard Yaffe, associate editor of the newspaper Jewish Week and founding editor in chief of Israel Horizons magazine, died of pneumonia Thursday at New York Hospital after a long illness. He was 83 years old and lived in Manhattan. 
  3. ^ Lissner, Will (May 14, 1949). "Flight of Eisler May Snarl U. S. Relations With Poland; Ship's Captain Says He Won't Surrender Communist to Authorities at British Port, but Police Prepare to Seize Fugitive". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-03-14. The captain, Jan Cwlklinski, told Richard Yaffe, special correspondent of the Columbia Broadcasting System, who is a passenger on the Batory, that he would ... 
  4. ^ "Richard Yaffe". The Lima News. March 30, 1950. Richard Yaffe has a record of friendship for Soviet Russia. He has been a member or the Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy, ...