A veteran journalist whose recent claim to fame is the good work he did over wave to the embattled people, keeping alive their courage with word from ""free ugoslavia"", promoting the V for Victory campaign. The book is not easy reading but is thoroughly worthwhile, in its revealing picture of what Nazi domination means to the people who have come under the heel. He tells how, step by step, through personal and experiences, he realized what was happening in Europe, where he felt the and weaknesses lay. But he has faith in the French people. He has faith in the and the Poles,. And he has faith in his own Jugoslavs. He feels that throughout sved Europe there is an enormous Fifth Column ready to follow the V call; that Germany cannot checkmale the soul of a nation. What price peace? He sees the fight going on until Germany is overwhelmed, a federation of free nations emerges. In his bitter he calls for punishment of the betraying nations, particularly the Hungarians, the Hungarians, the Bulgarians.