The Soccer War

In 1964 Ryszard Kapuscinski was appointed by the Polish Press Agency as its foreign correspondent, and for the next ten years was responsible for 50 countries.

The Soccer War

Author: Ryszard Kapuściński

Publisher: Viking Penguin

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Page: 234

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In 1964 Ryszard Kapuscinski was appointed by the Polish Press Agency as its foreign correspondent, and for the next ten years was responsible for 50 countries.

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