The Beginnings of Ernest Hemingway's Marriage to Mary Welsh
Clip: Episode 3 | 4m 17s
In 1944, Ernest Hemingway met Time and Life correspondent Mary Welsh while in London to cover the Allied invasion of France for Collier's. Mary would eventually move to Cuba to be with him, living in the Finca, which he had once shared with previous wife Martha Gellhorn prior to their separation during the war. The pair wed in 1946, but their marriage would be turbulent in the years following.
Aired: 04/07/21 |
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