THE HALLELUJAH ARMY by

THE HALLELUJAH ARMY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For those interested, this is a chronology of the Salvation Army which ranges from its against social and physical in England by William Booth in . There are many dramatizing the daily battles in the lives of those uniformed ""warrior"" who preside over the multiple activities of ""saving and serving"" the would-be delinquent, prison parolee in every part of the globe. There is a financial report of the costs of this organization. There is a run down of the regulations, a glossary of special ""Army"" terms and the religious commandments which it. has no criticism to offer of this welfare group which is characterized determination, and all of his stories- even those with unhappy washed with a slightly sentimental tear. Still the accomplishments of the Salvation Army in the field of social rehabilitation are remarkable and deserve their recorded history.

Pub Date: Nov. 8th, 1961
Publisher: Chilton