Journey for M by William L. White

Journey for M

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Live, human, a trifle sentimental, this is a report on England from an American there for brief span, during which time he was on the spot in London reporting rescue work after night raids, interviewed many young R.A.F. pilots (the best chapter), and then went through the adventure of adopting a child. He chose two for observation, taking them from an orphanage, and placing them temporarily in Anna Freud's center for bombed out children. With clipper poundage for one, the choice had to be made, and the girl was selected....Some- not too much- commentary on England, on minority opposition of Communists and Fascists continuing. Good small storying.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1941
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace