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Charles R. Codman • 11 Items / 2 Books, 9 Articles
Drive (1957)
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    General Patton and a Proper Bostonian (Review)
    Drive, by Charles R. Codman
    1. Drive by Charles R. Codman
    The Reporter, October 3, 1957, p. 46
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    Bou-Vivant's War (Review)
    Drive, by Charles R. Codman
    1. Drive by Charles R. Codman
    The Saturday Review, September 7, 1957, p. 16
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    Reviewed in Brief (4 Reviews)
    Drive, by Charles R. Codman
    1. Drive by Charles R. Codman
    2. The Pursuit of the Millenium by Norman Cohn
    3. Trafalgar by Rene Maine
    4. Far Flight of Love by Robert Raynolds
    National Review, November 9, 1957, p. 430
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. Attorney for the Damned by Clarence Darrow and Arthur Weinberg
    2. The Naked God by Howard Fast
    3. The Golden Sovereign by Richard Church
    4. Drive by Charles R. Codman
    5. A Measure of Love by Iris Origo
    6. The Courage to Be Happy by Dorothy Thompson
    7. The Horn and the Sword by Jack Randolph Conrad
    8. The Book of the Earth by A.C. Spectorsky
    The New Yorker, December 14, 1957, pp. 210-214
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The Second World War
    1. German Rule in Russia, 1941-1945 by Alexander Dallin
    2. Transportation Corps, Operations Overseas by Joseph Bykofsky and Harold Larson
    3. Northwest Africa, Seizing the Initiative in the West by George F. Howe
    4. Drive by Charles R. Codman
    5. Northern Ireland in the Second World War by John W. Blake
    6. The Battle of Cassino by Fred Majdalany
    7. That Day at Gibraltar by Noel Monks
    8. The Secret War, 1939-45 by Gerald Pawle
    9. Air Spy by Constance Babington-Smith
    Foreign Affairs, January 1958, pp. 351-352