Books: Lessons of War

STILL TIME To DIE — Jack Belden—Harper ($3).

ONE MAN'S WAR—Sergeant Charles E. ("Commando") Kelly—Knopf ($2).

Since TIME and LIFE Correspondent Jack Belden (Retreat with Stilwell) saw his first battle outside Peiping in 1937, he has reported war in Burma, India, North Africa, Malta, Sicily, Italy, been wounded at Salerno, recovered to get in the thick of the current European invasion. Still Time to Die is mostly expert, on-the-spot description of the battles he has seen. But it rises a notch above other able war reporting through Correspondent Belden's provocative summing up of what...

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