New York, NY : William Morrow 
Documents the story of two married journalists who toured the Pacific islands after the fall of Manila during World War II, describing how they had many near-brushes with the Japanese and risked their lives to cover the war in the Pacific Theater.
LibraryThing member jamespurcell
A good book about an interesting time and place; preWW2 China. Detailed and exhaustive research about the proponents add much interest but slow the pace. For a recent Stanford grad, Melville Jacoby managed to be in the right place and talk to the right people in these tumultuous times.
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