Jean-Marie de Premonville
French war correspondent, Jean-Marie de Prémonville de Maisonthou covered the Korean War for the Agence France-Presse before being killed by machinegun fire while riding with a patrol on 12 February 1951 during the battle of Chipyong-ni.
He co-authored the book Return to Korea: Tales of Four War Correspondents on the Korean Front, published by Rene Juilliard in 1951, along with Serge Bromberger, Philippe Baudy and Henri de Turenne (writer).
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