World Battlefronts: NOTHING TO SPEAK OF

The Dieppe story of Corporal Joseph A. Gregory, 42, as told to TIME Correspondent B. T. Richardson in Ottawa last week:

My buddy, Silver Stewart, we worked together, and my brother Fred was with us some of the time. Stew would kick in a door while I covered it with my tommy gun. Stew sure kicked in them doors. Jeeze, he was a good guy. Then he took a wounded man down to the beach and I lost him. He got hit and died on the last boat going back to England. I worked on alone...

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