Ernest Hemingway with Brigadier J.T.W. Reeve, commanderin- chief of the Hong Kong Infantry. Photos: Corbis; John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

In love and war: a Hong Kong honeymoon for Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn

Hemingway created a sensation in Hong Kong, in 1941, when the American literary star ‘honeymooned’ in a region racked by the Sino-Japanese conflict, writes Stuart Heaver. Oh, and Martha Gellhorn was here, too.

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Ernest Hemingway with Brigadier J.T.W. Reeve, commanderin- chief of the Hong Kong Infantry. Photos: Corbis; John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
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