Blue at the Mizzen
Mr. Cronkite interviewed Mr. O’Brian about his career writing historic fiction and about his book Blue at the Mizzen, about a British… read more
Mr. Cronkite interviewed Mr. O’Brian about his career writing historic fiction and about his book Blue at the Mizzen, about a British frigate commander who in the aftermath of Waterloo launches a night raid on Spanish forces in Peru. Following the interview he answered questions from the audience. close
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Walter Cronkite Anchor (Former) CBS->Evening News
Paul LeClerc President and CEO New York Public Library
Patrick O'Brian Author
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