Letters, Nov. 13, 1939

Women in War

Sirs:

In your issue of Oct. 23 you say that TIME welcomes letters from the war zone.

The attached, received a few days ago, is, to me, a good example of what has come to be known as the British sense of humor.

ARTHUR GOODFRIEND

New York City

Dear -----:

I am so very sorry I haven't written to you sooner. You must think it very ungracious of me, but we've had a lot of war about for the time of year, which has kept us busy. . . . I leapt into my country's...

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