The G. I. And The General / The Wounds Of Paris in Collier's Weekly Magazine

Hemingway, Ernest / Martha Gellhorn

Published by Crowell - Collier, Springfield, 1944
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Entire issue, November 4, in original wraps, light general wear, mailing label at bottom fore corner, overall a nice copy with no chipping or creasing, etc. Hemingway's fifth contribution to Collier's, this one cabled from France, in which he presents a first-hand account of Allied troops preparing for battle with the Germans. Issue also includes The Wounds Of Paris, by Martha Gellhorn (married to Hemingway at the time) who contributed from Paris where she was on assignment for Collier's as a war correspondent. In this piece, Gellhorn talks of the underground passages at Ivry, once used by the French as fortifications, that were used as a prison by the Nazis, and of the torture cells around the city, including graphic descriptions of several methods of torture. Bookseller Inventory # 018954

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Title: The G. I. And The General / The Wounds Of ...

Publisher: Crowell - Collier, Springfield

Publication Date: 1944

Binding: Soft cover

Illustrator: John C. Pellew

Book Condition:Good

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