A Letter From The Publisher, Oct. 21, 1946

The following letter came to us recently from one of our overseas readers who was introduced to TIME under unusual circumstances:

My dear sirs:

Today I finally can do that which was impossible during the two and a half years that I was a prisoner of war in Camp Crossville, Tenn. — namely, write a letter to the editors of TIME.

Throughout my entire stay in the United States I subscribed to TIME; 7 even tried to have it forwarded to Germany after leaving the camp, which, of course, was quite impossible at the time. TIME...

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