Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 4

HUTCHINSON BOOK NEWS Hutchinsons Quarterly Record of the War The Seventeenth Quarter PHILIP P. GRAVES The Seventeenth volume of Hutchinsons Quarterly Record of the War covers the period between October 1st— December 31st 1943. The Times: “These records have become invaluable.” With 14 Illustrations and Maps. 9/6 Author o f “What! No Morning Tea?” etc. Anthony Cotterell AN APPLE FOR THE SERGEANT Cotterell firsts Army diary What! No Morning Tea ?was an overnight success. J n Apple for the Sergeant is its direct sequel taking up Cotterells highly personal history where the first book ended. Illustrated. 10/6 Recommended by THE BOOK SOCIETY Godfrey Winns HOME FROM SEA Daily Sketch :“He is a master of vivid and authentic description—his directness and simplicity of expression equal his humanity and capacity for detail.” The Star: A first- rate piece of reporting.” 10/6 HUTCHINSON &Co. (Publishers) Ltd. '=LARGEST OF BOOIC PUBLISHERS==—¦—¦¦¦
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