HISTORICAL NOTES: Kay's War

When Kay asked the General about it, he said: "Go ahead, I don't mind. Everybody else has written a book." So next week Kay Summersby's Eisenhower Was My Boss will be published. It is the story of her life from 1942 to the end of the war as chauffeur, aide and secretary to General Ike. Written from notes and memory, and whipped out with the help of a professional writer, it is a lively, garrulous, gossipy addition to the war's memoirs.

The Patton Mouth. Kay survived the torpedoing of the troopship Strathallen to arrive in North Africa a few weeks...

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