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School for Saboteurs, January 1943.

This is the Way to Tokyo, May 1943.

Japan’s “Do – and – Die” Devils, December 1943.

Honorable Composer Big Click: Ship’s Orchestra’s weird Improvisation, March 1944.

Why Jap Pilots take a Beating, June 1944.

Education of a Night Fireman, September 1944.

Sports Writer’s Nightmare, November 1944.

New Year’s at Boeuf Stroganoff, December 1944.

A Visit from America, January 1945.

Concours d’Élégance, February 1945.

Esquire Magazine with Revolt with Strings by Joseph WechsbergRevolt with Strings, July 1947.

Technician Third Grade, à la carte, March 1945.

The Terrors of Law, December 1945.

Opening in Algiers, January 1946.

The Emperor's Smile, August 1946.

Music in the Movies, September 1946.

New York is full of Girls, November 1946.

Revolt with Strings, January 1947.

East on the Sealed Express; November 1952.

The Golden Mile – San Francisco; January 1953.

The Loves of Hoffman; August 1953.

Esquire Magazine cover, Emperor’s Folly by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine, Emperor’s Folly by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine, Emperor’s Folly by Joseph WechsbergThe Emperor’s Folly – Austrians Escape to Yesterday; November 1953.

All Quiet on the Eastern Front – Eastern Berlin; January 1954.

Apfelstrudel & Old Lace – Demel’s; March 1955.

Budapest Revisited: Glagenhumor under the Iron Glove and Discretion be Damned; April 1956.

Laughter in the Wrong Place; September 1956.

Esquire Magazine with Monsieur Tranquille by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine with Monsieur Tranquille by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine with Monsieur Tranquille by Joseph WechsbergMonsieur Tranquille… for Ferdinand Jaschke, Music was the Least of Opera; May 1957.

Germany’s New Student Princes, January 1958.

Herbert von Karajan; July 1959.

Esquire Magazine with My Favorite Restaurant, NYC by Joseph WechsbergMy Favorite Restaurant, NYC; June 1960.

Gastronomy Dept., Roman Restaurants, September 1960.

Gastronomy Dept., London Dining, October 1960.

Gastronomy Dept., The Real Bistrots of Paris, November 1960.

Gastronomy Dept., Pub of London, December 1960.

Gastronomy Dept., Bouillabaisse, January 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Guide Michelin, February 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Munich’s Dallmayr, March 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Alfred Walterspiel, April 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Belgium Cuisine, June 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Cookbooks, October 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Dining on the Bremen – German Line, November 1961.

Gastronomy Dept., Dinner over the North Atlantic, December 1961.

My Favorite Hotel – Beau Ridge, December 1963.

Prsty of my Tailor, March 1964.

The Best Cook in the Monarchy, July 1964.

Gastronomy Dept., Fish, November 1965.

Gastronomy Dept., Goulash, December 1965.

Gastronomy Dept., Pasta, May 1966.

124 Rooms, Twenty Baths, Elevators, Central Heating, Fit for a Prince, December 1967.

Esquire Magazine with The Incorruptibility of Three Stars by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine; Gastronomy Dept.: Wine Labels by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine; Gastronomy Dept.: Mushrooms by Joseph Wechsberg Esquire Magazine; Gastronomy Dept.: Mushrooms by Joseph WechsbergThe Incorruptibility of Three Stars… Guide Michelin: the Cuisine Conscience of France, February 1968.

Gastronomy Dept., Mushrooms; March 1968.

Gastronomy Dept., Wine Labels; July 1969.

Logistics of Glut; December 1971.

Two Million Dollars Worth of Fiddles; (excerpt from The Violin) May 1972.

Esquire Magazine with The Concours díÉlégance by Joseph WechsbergThe Concours díÉlégance; October 1973 (reprint from February 1945).


The Art of the Concertmaster by Joseph WechsbergThe Art of the Concertmaster (“When music shall unite the sky, Rafaël Druian will promptly tell the oboist to sound the ‘A’”) [Profile of the legendary concertmaster, with photo]; December 1973.

Guarneri Arrangement; March 1976.

     
 


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