Michael Stern

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Date of Birth August 3, 1910
Place of Birth New York
Date of Death Apr 7, 2009 (98)
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Michael Stern was an American reporter, author and philanthropist. As a reporter during World War II he issued some of the first accounts from a liberated Rome, Italy in June 1944. He later worked in concert with Zachary Fisher to create the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum in New York City, United States.

Born: August 3, 1910, Brooklyn (borough of New York City), New York City
Died: April 07, 2009, Lake Worth, Florida, Florida, U.S.
Occupation: reporter, author
Nationality: American
Spouse: Estelle (née Goldstein) Stern (1934–1995 (her death))

About Michael Stern

American reporter who is remembered for his first-hand accounts from Italy during World War II.

Michael Stern Before Fame

He majored in Journalism at Syracuse University but left school right before graduation to take a job at the New York Journal.

Achievement of Michael Stern

He helped create the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum in New York City.

Michael Stern Family Life

He was married to Estelle Goldstein from 1934 until her death in 1995.

Associations of Michael Stern

He also dabbled in film producing and produced the 1968 film L'Avventuriero, which starred Rita Hayworth.

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