DOG OF WAR by Fairfax Downey
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DOG OF WAR

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Good story of a mongrel that became the mascot of a unit at Bragg. He learned to lay wire under fire for the signal corps, and won his right to be a member of the unit, despite the commanding officer. From there to training center for K9 -- and overseas, where he was again united with his beloved master. This has good factual content, sentiment without spilling over, and the Paul Brown pictures should be tops.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1943
Publisher: Dodd, Mead