Will Irwin Audio Books

Will Irwin Audio Books

Will Irwin (1873–1948) began his writing career as a humorist with the San Francisco magazine The Lark but quickly moved on to war reporting and nonfiction writing on serious subjects. He was managing editor for McClure’s Magazine, writer for Collier’s Weekly, war correspondent for the London Daily Mail, and the Saturday Evening Post. His brother was humorist Wallace Irwin, and his wife was reporter and novelist Inez Haynes Irwin.

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Abundance of Valor: Resistance, Survival, and Liberation: 1944-45, by Will Irwin 3.14285714285714 out of 53.14285714285714 out of 53.14285714285714 out of 53.14285714285714 out of 53.14285714285714 out of 5 Abundance of Valor: Resistance, Survival, and Liberation: 1944-45 by Will Irwin April 2010
The Jedburghs, by Will Irwin 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 The Jedburghs by Will Irwin October 2005

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