Behind both Lines
Published: Michael Joseph, 
Stock code: 2180
8vo., First Edition, front free endpaper lightly browned; cloth, a very good copy in price-clipped dustwrapper, the latter wanting a small piece from bottom half of backstrip.
The story of the New York Times's correspondent in WWII. It begins with the day the tanks broke through the British lines in Libya, followed by his long trek back to Benghazi, his journey across the Mediterranean to Italy and Germany, his solitary confinement in a Gestapo prision and his final days of the war in an Italian prison camp.