AN AIRMAN'S LETTER TO HIS MOTHER by Anonymous

AN AIRMAN'S LETTER TO HIS MOTHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here, in a few pages, the creed of today's Englishman is given shape. The letter was written before a young British pilot left on his last flight; it was found after his death, among his possessions, was published in the London Times, and captured the imagination of everyone who read it. In no other way could the spirit of this war, and the sharp contrast with the last war, he better symbolized. It is inspired, utterly unsentimental, crystal clear. In appropriate format, it should reach many thousands who missed it in its original appearance.

Publisher: Dutton