New York: Macfadden Book Company, Inc., 1942. Wraps. 188 p. 
Includes "I Broke Men's Hearts for a Dictator," "Vienna Haunts Me Still," "Love and Tears in Poland," "I Married a Nazi Leader," "Love under Bombs over Britain" and "Flying through for America." The cover illustration shows a woman and a solider in a clinch against a background of "rockets' red glare, bombs bursting in air." Perhaps it was from this cover that Alfred Hitchcock derived his inspiration for the pyrotechnic display accompanying Cary Grant and Grace Kelly's first kiss in "To Catch a Thief"