Works

1964

Cold Friday (memoir)

1956

“20th Congress” (Life Magazine)

1953

“Is Academic Freedom in Danger?” (Life Magazine)

1953

“What Is A Communist?”(Look Magazine)

1953

“The Herring and the Thing” (Look Magazine)

1952

"I Was the Witness" (Saturday Evening Post)

1940

_The Great Crusade_ by Gustav Regler, prefaced by Ernest Hemingay (translated from German)

1938

_Dunant: The Story of the Red Cross_ by Martin Gumpert (translated from German)

1932

_The Scorpion_ by Anna Elisabet Weirauch (translated from German)

1931

_Cards and Kings_ by Johannes Tralow (translated from German)

1931

_The Venetian Lover: The Romance of Giorgione_ by A. De Nora [Anton Alfred Noder] (translated from German)

1930

_The Sentimental Vagabond_ by Albert t’Serstevens (translated from French)

1930

_The Passionate Rebel: The Life of Lord Byron_ by Kasimir Edschmid (translated from German)

1930

_Thistles of the Barragon_ by Panait Istrati (translated from French)

1930

_Adventures of Mario_ by Waldemar Bonsels (translated from German)

1930

_Mugel the Giant_ by Paul Gartner (translated from German)

1929

_Class Reunion_ by Franz Werfel (translated from German)

1928

_Bambi_ by Felix Salten (translated from German)

1928

_Mother Mary_ by Heinrich Mann (translated from German)

1928

_Aphrodite_ by Pierre Louÿs (translated from French)

Awards and Recognition

  • 1984: Presidential Medal of Freedom (posthumously)
  • 1953: National Book Award finalist for nonfiction for _Witness_
  • 1952: Honorary Doctorate of Law from Mount Mary College
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