Seven Sonnets, 1950

Book of poetry published by The Attic Press, including reprints from The American Scholar, winter 1946-1947 issue.


The Friend, 1950

Concentrating on one incident during the Battle of the Bulge, there is the uneasy silence which precedes the action, the constant of fear to which all are susceptible, the reluctance of the men who have had only a month of seasoning. It is more particularly, privately, the story of Leon Harris, the historian, and his friendship for Roger Stoddard who wants to be sent back from the front. With the ambushing of K Company in which Stoddard is caught and from which he alone escapes, Harris agrees to cover up for the Colonel in his official report in exchange for Stoddard’s transfer to Paris. (Excerpt from Kirkus Review)

Crown Publishers, reprinted as Attack, Pocket Books, 1951.


Fortune Favored the Brave, 1945

A military history of the 334th Infantry Regiment,  84th Division, in the European Theater campaigns of World War II from France through Belgium into Germany from the Rhine to the Elbe River, including the Ardennes campaign. Contents include: Two years of preparation; The First Battle; Winter in Belgium ; Over the Roer; The Rhine to the Elbe ; Company Stories; Men Killed in Action.

Mannheim Grobdruckerei, Germany