Letters, Oct. 16, 1950

"Against the Darkening Sky"

Sir:

I have read scores of great historians whose descriptive passages will live forever as truth and literature, but never have I read anything more vividly beautiful than Frank Gibney's description of the taking of Wolmi Island [TIME, Sept. 25], beginning with "Inchon blazed against the darkening sky . . ."

WILLIAM E. SAWYER Winchester, Ky.

Sir:

Bouquets to you and your reporters, Frank Gibney and James Bell, for their stories of the assault waves on Wolmi and Inchon. Man, that's reporting!

EVERETT E. JENNINGS JR. Silver Creek, N.Y.

Sir:

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