In the 1950s, Charlie Chaplin found himself at odds with the U.S. government, leading to a nearly 20-year exclusion from the States. More
About: James P. O'Donnell
James P. O'Donnell (1917-1990) was a journalist who wrote for The Saturday Evening Post and Life. He was the Berlin bureau chief for Newsweek immediately following World War II, where he became an authority on the death of Adolf Hitler and wrote the book The Bunker.