The Wounded Don't Cry

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The Wounded Don't Cry

By Quentin Reynolds
Dutton, 1941
253 pp. $2.50

One of the more vivid books to come out of the Blitzkrieg, which the author witnessed as correspondent for Collier's. The scene covers both France and Britain, and the approach is personal rather than comprehensive.

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