This edition is specially printed for members of the U.S. Armed Forces overseas beginning in November 1942. Editorial content is unchanged from the regular edition. Format 6-1/8" x 8-3/8" average 34 pages. .................Click on thumbs for larger image.
|TIME PONY 1943 05 24|
Vol. XLI No. 21 Cover: Cunningham of the Mediterranean - Before the Second Front, there are islands to take and a sea to cross.
|TIME PONY 1943 08 30|
Vol. XLII No. 9 Cover: Airman Eaker of the Eighth - This is the show and this is the showdown.
|TIME PONY 1943 10 18|
Vol. XLII No. 16 Cover: Franco of Iberia - An advance against him is an advance against Hitler
|TIME PONY 1943 11 01|
Vol. XLII No. 18 Cover: Governor Dewey - The next biggest job is good training for the biggest.
|TIME PONY 1943 11 15|
Vol. XLII No. 20 Cover: Pershing: General of the Armies - His eyes have seen the glory ...
|TIME PONY 1943 12 06|
Vol. XLII No. 23 Cover: Chennault of the Fourteenth Air Force - Dragons to the Chinese, Tigers to the Japs.
|TIME PONY 1943 12 13|
Vol. XLII No. 24 Cover: WPB's Charles Edward Wilson - Some people think the war is almost over.
|TIME PONY 1943 12 20|
Vol. XLII No. 25 Cover: Greer Garson - Hollywood discovered a radioactive element
|TIME PONY 1944 01 03|
Vol. XLIII No. 1 Cover: Man of the Year ( General George Marshall ) - He armed the Republic.
|TIME PONY 1944 01 10|
Vol. XLIII No. 2 Cover: Field Marshal Fritz Erich von Manstein - Retreat may be masterly, but victory is in the opposite direction.
|TIME PONY 1944 01 17|
Vol. XLIII No. 3 Cover: WAC's Colonel Hobby - What is the matter with U.S. women?
|TIME PONY 1944 01 31|
Vol. XLIII No. 5 Cover: California's Governor Warren - Now the West's frontiers are on the Yangtze and the Potomac.
|TIME PONY 1944 02 14|
Vol. XLIII No. 7 Cover: G.O.P. Chairman Spangler - Where is the Republican leadership?
|TIME PONY 1944 02 21|
Vol. XLIII No. 8 Cover: Major General Holland M. Smith U.S.M.C. - In the Pacific atolls professionals die, professionals are made.
|TIME PONY 1944 02 28|
Vol. XLIII No. 9 Cover: General Wilson of the Mediterranean - The underbelly was not as soft as advertised.
|TIME PONY 1944 03 27|
Vol. XLIII No. 13 Cover: Jan Masaryk of Czechoslovakia - Which path will prevail?
|TIME PONY 1944 04 03|
Vol. XLIII No. 14 Cover: Vannevar Bush: General of Physics - In this war, Science is G-5.
|TIME PONY 1944 04 10|
Vol. XLII No. 15 Cover: Governor Saltonstall of Massachusetts - Stands New England where she stood.
|TIME PONY 1944 04 17|
Vol. XLIII No. 16 Cover: Archbishop of York - "The Church's great function is to arouse the conscience of the State."
|TIME PONY 1944 04 24|
Vol. XLIII No. 17 Cover: Curtin from Down Under - "Australia's big-not England."
|TIME PONY 1944 05 15|
Vol. XLIII No. 20 Cover: Dr. Alexander Fleming - His penicillin will save more lives than war can spend.
|TIME PONY 1944 05 29|
Vol. XLIII No. 22 Cover: De Gaulle of France - Beyond the beaches, 40,000,000 judges await him.
|TIME PONY 1944 06 05|
Vol. XLIII No. 23 Cover: Alexander - His rainbow divisions heralded a better day.
|TIME PONY 1944 06 12|
Vol. XLIII No. 24 Cover: General Spaatz, World's No. 1 bomber - How could the Germans stand it?
|TIME PONY 1944 07 03|
Vol. XLIV No. 1 Cover: Shimada - Nimitz: "I don't know anything more we could do to provoke these people ... "
|TIME PONY 1944 07 17|
Vol. XLIV No. 3 Cover: Ernie Pyle, War Reporter - He loves people and hates wars.
|TIME PONY 1944 07 24|
Vol. XLIV No. 4 Cover: Sidney Hillman - Labor has political ambitions of its own.
|TIME PONY 1944 07 31|
Vol. XLIV No. 5 Cover: Novikov, Chief of the Red Air Force - Perscription for Pilots: no nerves, no exuberance, no glamour.
|TIME PONY 1944 08 07|
Vol. XLIV No. 6 Cover: Guderian, new Nazi Chief of Staff - The rust is spreading through his war machine.
|TIME PONY 1944 08 14|
Vol. XLIV No. 7 Cover: Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham - "The Germans know war from A to about Y."
|TIME PONY 1944 08 28|
Vol. XLIV No. 9 Cover: Patch of Provence - The defenders of the beaches lost again.
|TIME PONY 1944 10 02|
Vol. XLIV No. 14 Cover: Van Wyck Brooks - He is rediscovering the American past.
|TIME PONY 1944 10 09|
Vol. XLIV No. 15 Cover: Marshal Tito - He stands at the crossroads of two empires.
|TIME PONY 1944 10 16|
Vol. XLIV No. 16 Cover: General Hodges of the US First Army - Before the knockout, the in-fighting.
|TIME PONY 1944 11 06|
Vol. XLIV No. 19 Cover: Candidate Truman - The people are also voting for a Vice President.
|TIME PONY 1944 12 11|
Vol. XLIV No. 24 Cover: Secretary of State Stettinius - How much steel in statecraft?
|TIME PONY 1944 12 18|
Vol. XLIV No. 25 Cover: China's T V Soong - The road to victory is up the sharp sides of mountains.
|TIME PONY 1944 12 25|
Vol. XLIV No. 26 Cover: Norway's Bishop Berggrav - "The peace is won by accompanying God into battle."
|TIME PONY 1945 01 08|
Vol. XLV No. 2 Cover: Hollywood's Anita Colby - "The Face" has a brain to match.
|TIME PONY 1945 01 15|
Vol. XLV No. 3 Cover: Ninth Air Force's Vandenberg - His antitank guns travel 400 m.p.h.
|TIME PONY 1945 01 29|
Vol. XLV No. 5 Cover: Sixth Army's Krueger - Luzon's farmiliar map requires some changes.
|TIME PONY 1945 02 19|
Vol. XLV No. 8 Cover: Simpson of the Ninth Army - The Time, the place-and the armor?
|TIME PONY 1945 02 26|
Vol. XLV No. 9 Cover: Nimitz of the Pacific - Naval arithmatic has brought him to Japan's front yard.
|TIME PONY 1945 03 05|
Vol. XLV No. 10 Cover: Arabia's Ibn Saud - Was the camel's nose inside the Pan-Arab tent?
|TIME PONY 1945 03 12|
Vol. XLV No. 11 Cover: Captain McAfee of the Waves - "Women can still be women."
|TIME PONY 1945 03 19|
Vol. XLV No. 12 Cover: Britain's Dempsey - Churchill called for one strong heave.
|TIME PONY 1945 03 26|
Vol. XLV No. 13 Cover: Lord Woolton, Britain's Minister of Reconstruction - Are his blueprints the footprints of the future?.
|TIME PONY 1945 04 16|
Vol. XLV No. 16 Cover: Tenth Army's Buckner - In any language, Okinawa spells doom.
|TIME PONY 1945 04 23|
Vol. XLV No. 17 Cover: The President of the United States - He followed a great leader.
|TIME PONY 1945 05 28|
Vol. XLV No. 22 Cover: Fleet Admiral Leahy, Presidential Chief of Staff - "They are fighting for a new world of freedom and peace."
|TIME PONY 1945 06 11|
Vol. XLV No. 24 Cover: West Point's Woods, First Captain - Duty, honor, country.
|TIME PONY 1945 06 18|
Vol. XLV No. 25 Cover: Mauldin's "Willie" - A G.I. portrait in mud, blood, wisecracks and prayer.
|TIME PONY 1945 06 25|
Vol. XLV No. 26 Cover: Lieut. General Clay - In U.S. Occupied Germany, he is the Law and the Prophet.
|TIME PONY 1945 07 02|
Vol. XLVI No. 1 Cover: Mel Ott of the Giants - In his 20th season, six new records.
|TIME PONY 1945 07 09|
Vol. XLVI No. 2 Cover: Reconversion Boss Vinson - From swords to plow sheaves; from guns to butter.
|TIME PONY 1945 07 16|
Vol. XLVI No. 3 Cover: India's Viceroy, Lord Wavell - Could the bonds of Empire be tightened by loosening them?
|TIME PONY 1945 07 23|
Vol. XLVI No. 4 Cover: Halsey - "Kill Japs, kill Japs, and then kill more Japs."
|TIME PONY 1945 07 30|
Vol. XLVI No. 5 Cover: Jeffers of the Union Pacific - The railroads have done the improbable; now for the impossible.
|TIME PONY 1945 08 06|
Vol. XLVI No. 6 Cover: The Labor Party's Clement Attlee - Had an era ended or begun?
|TIME PONY 1945 08 13|
Vol. XLVI No. 7 Cover: LeMay of the B-29s - Can Japan stand twice the bombing that Germany got?
|TIME PONY 1945 09 03|
Vol. XLVI No. 10 Cover: Chiang Kai-shek - After eight years of war, the challenges of peace.
|TIME PONY 1945 10 01|
Vol. XLVI No. 14 Cover: Archbishop Damaskinos, Regent of Greece - His country is a battleground of titanic forces.
|TIME PONY 1945 10 08|
Vol. XLVI No. 15 Cover: Sinclair Lewis - In U.S. letters, he is still a ferment.
|TIME PONY 1945 10 22|
Vol. XLVI No. 17 Cover: Benes, President of Czechoslovakia - If the state is king, can the citizen be free?
|TIME PONY 1945 10 29|
Vol. XLVI No. 18 Cover: Navy Secretary Forrestal - How big a fleet? What kind? What for?
|TIME PONY 1945 11 05|
Vol. XLVI No. 19 Cover: Spruille Braden - Sometimes sovereignty is more precious than liberty.