Letters, Jan. 30, 1939

Medals Sirs:

I nominate as the group which brought the most joy to the heart of suffering humanity during 1938 the boys who beat up Goebbels, and I trust every effort will be made to commemorate in some fitting manner the action of these public benefactors. I would be delighted to subscribe to a fund to buy them costly medals, if they survive.

FRANK SULLIVAN Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

— Their whereabouts are unknown, their act unverified.—ED.

Thackeray to Kieran

Sirs :

I note, on p. 36 of TIME, Jan. 9, the following, under heading "Kieran &...

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