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They Who Wait (1943)
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Published Reviews
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    Frenchmen in Germany (Review)
    They Who Wait, by Robert Guerlain
    1. They Who Wait by Robert Guerlain
    Commonweal, August 20, 1943, p. 445
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    1. The Unknown Army by Nikolaus Basseches
    2. "Wildcats" Over Casablanca by M.T. Wordell and E.N. Seiler
    3. They Who Wait by Robert Guerlain
    4. The Union of South Africa by Lewis Sowden
    5. Letter from New Guinea by Vern Haugland
    The New Yorker, June 19, 1943, pp. 71-74
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    Recent Books on International Relations (24 Reviews)
    The Second World War
    1. Journey Among Warriors by Eve Curie
    2. Men in Motion by Henry J. Taylor
    3. The War in Maps by Francis Brown and Emil Herlin
    4. Bridgehead to Victory by Lewis Valentine Randall
    5. The Fighting French by Raoul Aglion
    6. Combined Operations by Hilary St. George Saunders
    7. Coastal Command by Hilary St. George Saunders
    8. War Eagles by James Saxon Childers
    9. Front Line
    10. Through Hell to Dunkirk by Henry de la Falaise
    11. We Were Free by Constantin Joffe
    12. They Who Wait by Robert Guerlain
    13. Moscow Dateline, 1941-1943 by Henry C. Cassidy
    14. There Go the Ships by Robert Carse
    15. Russian Glory by Philip Jordan
    16. Soviet Documents on Nazi Atrocities
    17. Miracle in Hellas: The Greeks Fight On by Elizabeth Wason
    18. Don't Blame the Generals by Alan Moorehead
    19. Active Service: With Australia in the Middle East
    20. Tunis Expedition by Darryl F. Zanuck
    21. Short Cut to Tokyo by Corey Ford
    22. Queens Die Proudly by William L. White
    23. I Was on Corregidor by Amea Willoughby
    24. South from Corregidor by John H. Morrill and Pete Martin
    Foreign Affairs, October 1943, pp. 157-158