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From the Land of Silent People
From the Land of Silent People
By Robert Saint John
Doubleday, 1942, 353 pp

This is one of the most graphic and exciting of the books of personal experience which have so far come out of this war. It is the story of events and impressions indelibly engraved in the consciousness of an American journalist during his escape from invaded Jugoslavia through Greece and Crete to Alexandria.