Press: Paris Muckraker

Sniffing about Europe in search of fun for himself and filler for his column, Scripps-Howard's sharp-nosed, sharp-tongued Columnist Westbrook Pegler last week discovered the extraordinary French magazine named Crapouillot, devoted a cabled column to telling U. S. readers about one issue of it. Unique is Crapouillot in devoting each issue to a single subject. Because it reminded him of Humphrey Cobb's best-selling novel Paths of Glory (TIME, June 3), Columnist Pegler had been attracted by the August 1934 issue, which told the appalling stories of a few of the luckless French soldiers...

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