WAR & PEACE: Refugees in Dinner Coats

WAR & PEACE

Homeward from Genoa this week steamed the U. S. Lines' Manhattan. Pack jammed aboard her were 2,000 U. S. refugees fleeing from the wrath to come. They had paid $200 to $360 for their passages, were glad indeed to get space in crowded cabins or cots in the ship's palm court, grand salon, playroom, gymnasium, post office. Among the passengers were: > Forty dogs, whose accommodations included artificial tree trunks. > New York Timesman Harold Denny's wife and her dog, which understands Russian only; beauteous Mrs. Eric Sevareid, wife of CBS's Paris correspondent,...

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