Rebecca Frankel has been writing about war dogs since 2010, starting with her Friday column called Rebeccas War Dog of the Week. Photo by Claire Bohnengel Frankel is an editor at Foreign Policy and is responsible for two of that eminent journals most popular items: a weekly column called Rebeccas War Dog of the Week and a Photo Essays: War Dog War Dog SHARE: War Dog. By Rebecca SHARE: War Dog. By Rebecca Frankel May 4, 2011, 10: 51 PM. Start Slideshow View as a List. War Dogs by Rebecca Frankel Books in Review.
Rebecca Frankel earned the nickname Chief Canine Correspondent in 2010 at seriousminded Foreign Policy magazine where she works after she began writing a weekly blog feature called Rebeccas War Dog of the Week. Frankel, the magazines senior editor for special projects, had just put together a photo essay called War Dog Dec 19, 2014 Rebecca Frankel earned the nickname" Chief Canine Correspondent" in 2010 at seriousminded Foreign Policy magazine where she works after she began writing a weekly blog feature called" Rebecca's War Dog of the Week.
" Frankel, the magazine's senior editor for special projects, had just put together a photo essay called" War Dog A World War I Hero: First American dog to enter German territory.
This looks like an American Staffordshire Terrier or pit bull. Another great dog, unjustly maligned. See Rebecca Frankels online photo essay in Foreign Policy Magazine.
Also, check out the World War 11 Mascot section of this blog. Posted in Dogs who work Tags: Rebecca Frankel, war dog photo essay No Comments Her photo essay War Dog, is one of the mostviewed pieces in ForeignPolicy.
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