A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 27, 1948

William S. Honneus, advertising manager of TIME International, returned recently from an extensive business trip to Western Europe with a dossier full of firsthand observations of the European scene. The following excerpts from his personal account may serve to add another viewpoint to the excellent reports of the trained correspondents of the U.S. press abroad:

"It may seem trite to mention it after these years of austerity in Great Britain, but not until I read London's rationed four and six-page daily newspapers did I fully appreciate the great amount of information available to the U.S. public through the American press. In turn,...

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