DOCTOR AT DIENBIENPHU by Paul Grauwin

DOCTOR AT DIENBIENPHU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of this generation's most profoundly moving accounts of war and courage evolves as Dr. Grauwin is sent to Dienbienphu as a relief physician to perform his operations through sleepless days and nights and through horrifying circumstances. A story of all the finer impulses and sensitivities within people, produced by and impossible to be seen apart from brutality, this is headed for the market Burma Surgeon once indicated.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1955
Publisher: John Day