Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 26, No 5

HUTCHINSON BOOK NEWS Hutchinson’s Quarterly Record o f the War The Seventeenth Q uarter PHILIP P. GRAVES The Seventeenth volume of Hutchinson’s Quarterly Record of the W ar covers the period between October 1st—December 31st, 1943. The Times : “These records have become invaluable.” W ith 14 Illustrations and Maps. 9/6 Author o f “ What! No Morning T ea?” etc. Anthony Cotterell AN APPLE FQR THE SERGEANT Cotterell’s first Army diary, What! No M orning T ea? was an overnight success. An Apple for the Sergeant is its direct sequel, taking up Cotterell’s highly personal history where the first book ended. Illustrated. 10/6 Recommended by THE BOOK SOCIETY Godfrey W inn’s 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. — LA RG EST OF BOOK PU BLISH E R S t .......
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