WAR ALBUM by THE NEW YORKER

WAR ALBUM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This annual takes on war dress and emerges as a collection of the cartoons dealing with the war -- and, quite naturally, these include some of the very best work that has appeared in The New Yorker. The war in civilian life outweighs the armed service aspects, so it is particularly recommended as a gift for the boys who would like to chuckle over the war back home. Once again --they ""wear well"".

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1942
Publisher: Random House