The writers of these letters are old friends of mine. They are deeply rooted in the French soil and know thoroughly the peasant life which they describe. It will be illuminating to many people, I believe, as it has been to me, to get the point of view of a middleclass family working on the land just now, and writing of everyday experiences without political bias. The fog of rumor lifts for a moment as we turn these pages, and we see clearly one comer of occupied France.
Next Day Hill, Englewood, N. J.
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