JANUARIUS ALOYSIUS MACGAHAN
\d͡ʒˌanjuːˈe͡əɹɪəs ɐlˈɔ͡ɪsɪəs mˈak ɡˈahan], \dʒˌanjuːˈeəɹɪəs ɐlˈɔɪsɪəs mˈak ɡˈahan], \dʒ_ˌa_n_j_uː_ˈeə_ɹ_ɪ__ə_s ɐ_l_ˈɔɪ_s_ɪ__ə_s m_ˈa_k ɡ_ˈa_h_a_n]\
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A noted American journalist and war correspondent; born near New Lexington, O., June 12, 1844; died at Constantinople, June 9, 1878. He was war correspondent of the New York Herald during the Franco-Prussian war (1870-71); accompanied the Russian expedition against Khiva in 1873, and the Arctic expedition on the Pandora in 1875. He wrote: "Campaigning on the Oxus, and the Fall of Khiva" (1874); "Under the Northern Lights" (1876); "Turkish Atrocities in Bulgaria" (1876), which appeared originally during the same year as a famous series of war letters in the London Daily News. He is regarded by the Bulgarians as the author of their independence.
By Charles Dudley Warner