IT'S TOMORROW OUT HERE by Lt. Com. Max Miller

IT'S TOMORROW OUT HERE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A retrospective appraisal of war -- in its human as well as military terms -- in the South Pacific; of men behind the fighting men, those with the scrapers, bulldozers, trucks, cranes; of natives; of Japs; of the islands; of the Navy nurses and their importance; of the Seabees who created necessities, and luxuries, out of waste and scraps; of missions; of carrier life. Here is a balancing of the sameness, the boredom, the isolation, those out there experienced, against the loss of life, the big and little excitements, against the coplacency and selfishness of those at home. There's a directness- and bitterness- in these memory fillers of a dated er.

Pub Date: Nov. 16th, 1945
Publisher: Whittlesey