A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 10, 1945

This is the final story about our TIME & LIFE war correspondents in the Pacific (18 of them right now).

From here on they are peace correspondents — but how can a man understand the deeper meanings of peace unless he also understands the blood and sweat and sacrifices by which that peace was bought?

Take Teddy White, for example. As dean of the Chungking correspondents, he was bombed from house to house and shelter to shelter all through the worst of the Jap air raids (during one horrible bombing the body of a Chinese...

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