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Helen Z. Smith • 8 Items / 6 Articles, 2 Books
Stepdaughters of War (1930)
Not So Quiet
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  1. The Leisure Arts
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    Women in War (2 Reviews)
    "Not So Quiet", by Helen Zenna Smith
    1. "Not So Quiet" by Helen Zenna Smith
    2. Stepdaughters of War by Helen Zenna Smith
    The Outlook, April 2, 1930, p. 544
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    Books in Brief (7 Reviews)
    Stepdaughters of War, by Helen Zenna Smith
    1. Stepdaughters of War by Helen Zenna Smith
    2. Ride the Nightmare by Ward Greene
    3. Fifteen Rabbits by Felix Salten
    4. Shrimps for Tea by Josephine Blumenfeld
    5. British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914 by G.P. Gooch and Harold Temperley
    6. The Tides of Malvern by Francis Griswold
    7. Only Saps Work by Courtenay Terrett
    The Nation, September 24, 1930, pp. 329-330
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    Nurses and Soldiers (8 Reviews)
    Stepdaughters of War, by Helen Zenna Smith
    1. Stepdaughters of War by Helen Zenna Smith
    2. War Nurse by Anonymous
    3. The Forbidden Zone by Mary Borden
    4. Four Infantrymen by Ernst Johannsen
    5. Three Men's War by R.H. Mottram, John Easton, and Eric Partridge
    6. Gallipoli Memories by Compton Mackenzie
    7. Show Me Death! by W. Redvers Dent
    8. Contact by Elliott White Springs
    The New Republic, May 14, 1930, pp. 356-357
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    A Cross-Section of War (8 Reviews)
    Stepdaughters of War, by Helen Zenna Smith
    1. Stepdaughters of War by Helen Zenna Smith
    2. War Nurse by Anonymous
    3. In Spite of All Rejoicing by Anonymous
    4. Journey's End by R.C. Sherriff
    5. The Fiery Way by Franz Schauwecker
    6. Four Infantrymen by Ernst Johannsen
    7. Through Blood and Ice by Ferenc Imrey and Lewis S. Palen
    8. The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, and Other Stories from the Front by Frois Froisland
    The Saturday Review, June 7, 1930, p. 1105