Letters, Apr. 27, 1942

What a Man!

Sirs:

Your "At Sea, They Shot an Albatross" (TIME, March 23) is the most magnificent piece of writing of the decade. It should be placed verbatim in every schoolbook; it should be bound in every library. It should be hung on the walls of U.S.O. "huts," and recruiting centers. It makes my eyes smart with pride that I have nationality in common with Pilot Dixon. . . . My god, what a man!

MRS. ROBERT JAMISON Los Angeles, Calif.

Sirs:

... If Captain Bligh wished to shake hands with the one that "really"...

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