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Surely you have done nobly by me in the matter of the little pamphlet4! I don't see how you could manage to get out such an attractive piece of printing5 in these days of all-shortages. I am very pleased and deeply grateful.
I have had the carpenter make me a proper writing table. It will be installed tomorrow, and I shall be able to write more plainly.
Perhaps if you make up an ad from several people you would like something like the enclosed.W. S. C. 1944 JUL 12 AM 9:27 ASTICOU INN
Here at last is a book that tells us how
worked; incident by incident, sacrifice by
The The courage and the constancy
(and the resourcefulness) of all the unconquered and un-bought people of
France9—this Russian has found a
way bring it all before one's eyes. If this book is
made into a film, it will surely stir this country.