Top Secret

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Top Secret

By Ralph Ingersoll
Harcourt, 1946
373 pp. $3.00

Mr. Ingersoll, newspaperman turned soldier, gives a personalized and very lively story of the planning and execution of the invasion of western Europe. He also issues many obiter dicta, some of which are rather naïve, on his likes and dislikes. The latter include various Allied commanders, especially Eisenhower and Montgomery. Regarding the British and their policies he seems to suffer from an acute inferiority complex.

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