Letters, Jul. 3, 1944

TIME and D-Day Sirs: YOUR COVERAGE OF INVASION [TIME, JUNE 12] WAS TERRIFIC, ESPECIALLY AS A LAST MINUTE JOB THAT I KNOW IT MUST HAVE BEEN. I CONSIDER MYSELF A GOOD WRITER AND SOME OTHER PEOPLE HAVE ALSO SAID THE SAME, BUT YOUR ECONOMY AND PROFUNDITY OF WORDS HAVE ME STOPPED. THANKS A MILLION. " EDWARD THOMPSON Glendale, Calif. Sirs: . . . Only two days after the event, I am reading about it, and the best account I have seen or heard yet, at that. ....

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