Milan J. Kubic

Milan J. Kubic was a correspondent for Newsweek magazine from 1958 to 1989, including stints as bureau chief in Beirut, Vienna, West Germany, and Jerusalem. Born in Czechoslovakia, Milan was a refugee and lived in displaced persons camps in the U.S. zone in West Germany from June 1948 to February 1950.

Stories By Milan J. Kubic

An Aging WWII Refugee: ‘We Can’t Turn Our Backs on the Refugees of Today’

Seventy years ago, the United States admitted 600,000 European war refugees—and our country was stronger for it. I know because I was one of them.