EUROPE'S CHILDREN by Therese Bonney
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Inescapable propaganda of the sort that should be thrust upon everyone, in particular the reluctant who turn away from the new realities of war. The picture sell the story of the fruits of Nazism; poignant, a scathing indictment, in terms even the hardened can understand. Miss Bonney is a photographer, a war correspondent of wide experience, from the Russo-Finnish War through the post-occupation period in France and blitzed England. Her stark brevity of caption, serving as running commentary to the photographs which are the book, indicates that her own conviction of the importance of this story can only be served by the pictures themselves. Don't miss it, now in trade ed.

Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce