They Speak for a Nation: Letters from France

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They Speak for a Nation: Letters from France

By Eve Curie, Philippe Barrès and Raoul De Roussy De Sales
Doubleday, 1941
238 pp. $2.00
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Remarkably varied and vivid letters from French men and women of all social strata and in varying frames of mind. The strangling of the French press and the difficulties of censorship under which American newspapermen now operate in both "zones" of France give these spontaneous and often very courageous expressions of French opinion a direct political value.

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