December 7: the First Thirty Hours

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December 7: the First Thirty Hours

By The Correspondents of Time, Life and Fortune
Knopf, 1942
229 pp. $2.00

This is a scrapbook made up of reports, and fragments of reports, sent to Time, Life and Fortune by their scores of correspondents all over the United States and in London and Manila during the first thirty hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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