A Letter From The Publisher: Mar. 16, 1962

TIME'S Publisher Bernhard Auer was in India last week. It was something of an old home week, for Auer as an Army counterintelligence officer lived for two years during World War II in Delhi's Cecil Hotel, which he was saddened to learn has now been turned into a boys' school. Back on familiar ground, he looked up old friends, poked nostalgically about in Delhi's teeming streets and alleys, took his wife to Agra to see that uxorious monument, the Taj Mahal. Publisher Auer is on a round-the-world trip, and so far, he reports, he...

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