Parts of this appeared in the SEP -- but in its entirety it makes a more significant story, this record of occupied France, as seen by the editor of the Paris ed. of Vogue. Sell it as a ""fill in"" for the outline prescribed by You Can't Do Business with Hitler, in an far as the intimate details of daily living, working, planning. He shows a Germany determined to make France pay, bleeding the country dry. He pictures business, industry, finance, labor, the press, radio, entertainment -- under the iron . He draws a tragic picture of home life, youth, education, religion. Very good reading, dramatic, revealing, naming names and indicating trends. Should be easy selling.