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Beirut's Commodore was the quintessential wartime hotel during the long, cruel civil war.
Relic of French colonial era was a haven in the days before the fall of Saigon.
Dacca's Intercontinental was the place to go during the birth of Bangladesh.
After the tourists fled, Hotel Le Phnom attracted journalists and stories.
A series on the hotels where war correspondents have stayed throughout the decades.
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