The Press: Belden Takes a Rest

Quiet Jack Belden went to China in 1931 and has been a war correspondent since 1937 (for U.P., I.N.S., TIME & LIFE). He marched with the Chinese armies, flew with the Americans, retreated from Burma with General Stilwell, marched from Egypt with the Eighth Army into Tunisia, landed in Sicily with the U.S. First Infantry Division.

This week intrepid Jack Belden was forced to take a rest: at Salerno he was wounded in the leg.

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