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Attached, you will find the 1917 book review of CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (1883 - 1959). "Carry On" is a collection of the author's beautifully crafted letters that were written to his family while he served on the Western Front during the First World War. Dawson's ability to convey the urgency of the allied cause was so well received he was assigned to write two additional books by the British Ministry of Information: "The Glory of the Trenches" and "Out to Win", both published in 1918 (neither of the two were any where near as movinging as the one that is reviewed here).

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CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (New York Times, 1917)

CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (New York Times, 1917)

CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (New York Times, 1917)

CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (New York Times, 1917)

CARRY ON by Coningsby Dawson (New York Times, 1917)

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