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Gays In The Military In World War II (And The Author Who Documented Them)
The letters of John Horne Burns, who wrote the once-acclaimed, now-forgotten wartime novel The Gallery, "offer unparalleled insight into the life of a gay soldier at a time when, officially at least, gay soldiers did not exist and, to subsequent generations of traditionalists, never had." Salon 06/19/13
Posted June 21, 2013 12:58 AM




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