NO MATTER WHERE by Helen Hiett

NO MATTER WHERE

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Autobiography of a young woman who spent her post-college, pre-war years on the continent with representative young people of different countries. A scholarship from the American Students Union; Geneva and a job with the League; Italy; England; a labor camp in Germany, friendship with a German girl, Trude; Spain -- and finally home again and a job of teaching in a small Iowa college, where she has tried to drive home the issues we are facing today, the errors of thinking of the future in material terms. A personalized, sincere approach, drawn from youth in many lands.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1944
Publisher: Dutton