Journalist In War (SOSROKARTONO (Biography (Name : Raden Mas Panji…
Journalist In War
Name : Raden Mas Panji Sastrokartono
Born : April, 10, 1887, Pelemkerep
Died : February, 8, 1952 in Bandung
Sastrokartono is the older brother of R.A Kartini
He is the son of R.M Adipati Ario Sosroningrat Bupati in Jepara
He was study in Eropesche Lagere in Jepara and then he continue to H.B.S in Semarang. In 1898 he continue his study to Netherlands.
He got a master degree of
Doctorandus in de Oostersche Talen
He got name
De Javanese Prins
He was work as a reporter and correspondent who report the world War I
In 1917, the american newspaper the new York Herald Tribun, in the city of Vienna, the capital of Austria, opened a vacancy for the position of war reporter to cover World War I.
He also work as journalist for several newspaper and magazine in Europe. he got 1250 US dollars salary from America newspaper. with salary of that size he can feel to have a good life in Europe.
before the world war I ended, in November 1918, Sasrokartono was elected by the allied bloc to become a translator because he is the only person who fulfilled their conditions of language and culture in Europe. so, the reason why he can become correspondent of World War I was because he can speak many language and fulfilled all of the documentary of a vacancy to become reporter for World War I
SastroKartono is the correspondent of war. He was become the reporter of World War I when that was happened.
Name : Robert Capa
Born : October 22, 1913, Budapest, Hungary
Died : May, 25, 1954, Thai Binh , Vietnam
Books : Images of war, Children of war and children of peace, etc.
Robert Capa died because of he was stepping on linemine.
Robert Capa work as a journalist and photographer in war zone
Robert Capa was a Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist. He is the greatest combat and adventure photographer in history. Capa fled political repression in Hungary when he was a teenager, and then he moved to Berlin to continue his collage.
He worked regularly as a photojournalist, and between 1936 and 1939 made several trips to Spain with his companion, Gerda Taro, to document the civil war
Robert Capa continued his journey to China in 1938 to -
photograph the Chinese-Japanese War. In addition, he also photographed World War II , North Africa and Sicily , Italy . One of his most famous photographs was the Falling Soldier taken in Spain shortly after he was shot.