John Steinbeck: Stories of World War II

“The crews own a number of small dogs. These dogs, most of which are of uncertain or, at least, of ambiguous breed, belong to no one man…”

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John Steinbeck’s ability to find and write stories that epitomised the fighting spirit of young American servicemen and woman stationed in the UK at the height of WWII, have perhaps been somewhat overlooked with the passing of the years.

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