Stephen Bonsal (March 29, 1865 - June 8, 1951) was a U.S. writer and diplomat from Baltimore, Maryland.
Bonsal was an international correspondent of the New York Herald (1885 - 1907), and the New York Times (1910 - 1911). He traveled extensively following the armies of many wars.
World War I
During World War I, Bonsal served in the American Expeditionary Forces doing psychological warfare. He was also President Woodrow Wilson's private translator during the peace negotiations in Paris.
- The Real Condition of Cuba (1897)
- The American Mediterranean (1912)
- Unfinished Business (Pulitzer Prize winner 1944)
- Suitors and Suppliants: The Little Nations at Versailles (1946
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