Back Door to Berlin

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Back Door to Berlin

By Wes Gallagher
Doubleday, 1943
242 pp. $2.75

This is an account of the planning and execution of the Anglo-American invasion of French North Africa, by an Associated Press correspondent who was on the spot. It is less personal and more comprehensive than the usual run of war books.

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