Robinson Crusoe, USN

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Robinson Crusoe, USN

By George R. Tweed and Blake Clark
Whittlesey House, 1945
267 pp. $2.75

Tweed was the Navy man who, with the help of friendly Chamorros, lived in the Guam jungles two and one-half years until he was rescued at the time of the American reconquest last year. His story, as told to Mr. Clark, throws light on the behavior of the Japanese occupation forces.

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