WAR & PEACE: Refugees in Dinner Coats


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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