YANK Magazine - All Editions Tokyo Edition

YANK TY 1945 09 07
YANK TY 1945 09 07
Vol. 1 No. 1 ....... Cover: Special Surrender Edition ....... Although this issue is not numbered we believe it is No. 1 as it is printed by the same printer ( Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. ) as the later issues. ....... Inside Articles: ...

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YANK TY 1945 09 28
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YANK TY 1945 10 12
Vol. 1 No. 3 ....... Cover: Yamashita Comes In - Sgt. Bill Young, Yank staff photographer, took this picture of Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita when the conqueror of Singapore and commander of Jap forces in the Philippines was coming in to surrender at Bagnio. ....... Articles Inside: Tojo Tries Suicide by YANK Photographer Cpl. George Burns ..... Japan - Some background on the history of the islands we are now occupying, from the first emperor, Jimmu, who descended from his grandmother's heaven, to the 124th, Hirohito, who bit off more than he could chew at Pearl Harbor. By Sgt. Al Hine ..... A Swell Guy ( YANK Fiction ) By T/Sgt. Ben Amar ..... Philippine Campaign By Combat Artist Sgt Joseph Stefanelli ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... PX ..... A Talk With Yamashita - The Jap general of the Philippines says Americans are clean-cut people and that everybody ought to be that way. He says science conquered his nation. By Sgt. Robert MacMillan ..... Mail Call ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Joan Leslie ..... War Poets ..... Puzzles ..... Robot Detective - This latest APO gadget is able to see through packages and to check on the legitimacy of the souvenirs you mail back home. By Cpl. Jonathan Kilbourn ..... Sports: Victory Boom By Sgt. John Ebinger ..... Comics

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YANK TY 1945 10 19
Vol. 1 No. 4 ....... Cover: Tokyo Doorstep - Pvt. Robert Paulk of the 271st F.A., 1st Cavalry, pulls off his big combat boots before entering a Tokyo home, where it isn't nice to wear your shoes. Private homes are Off Limits to the occupation troops now. The photograph was taken by Sgt. George Burns. ....... Articles Inside: 3 Beaten Cities - A GI eye-witness report on metropolitan landmarks of the air campaign that brought Japan to her knees, Nagasaki, where the second atomic bomb fell, Tokyo, gutted by incendiaries, Hiroshima, where the first atomic bomb leveled 4 square miles. By Sgt. Joe McCarthy ..... Attlee - Something about England's new Prime Minister and the Labor Party he belongs to. By James Dugan ..... The Soldier Speaks: Does the GI Bill of Rights Need Any Changes? ..... People on the Home Front - Most-Married Man in America ( Thomas H. Finnegan ) By Sgt. James P. O'Neill ..... Main Streets of America ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... PX ..... Radar - In a war which wound up in an atmosphere of scientific marvels, radar ranks high as a stand-out achievement. The Army has taken the wraps off the secret story of what makes radar tick. By Pfc Robert Bendiner ..... Mail Call ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Esther Williams ..... Navy Notes ..... This is Vienna - GIs are popular with civilians, but the capital of Austria is a far cry today from its storied past of gaiety, love and song. By Cpl. Ira H. Freeman ..... Comics

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YANK TY 1945 10 26
Vol. 1 No. 5 ....... Cover: Ginza Shopper - The shops along the Ginza, the Fifth Avenue of Japan, are practically empty but Fred Fulmer, S1c, managed to find some Japanese dolls to take home with him to Newberry, S. C. Sgt. George Burns, YANK photographer, got this shot along Tokyo's Main Stem. ....... Articles Inside: ... Occupation - After years of shooting Japs and being shot at, most GIs find their work in Japan a little bit odd. By Sgt. Knox Burger ..... Insurance - GI Life Insurance - what it is and what you can do with it after your discharge, has puzzled a lot of soldiers. Here YANK tries to untangle some knots. By Sgt. Max Novack ..... Dublin, Erie - American soldiers find a rare Gaelic welcome in the city by the Liffey, and the Irish are not beyond telling a GI on furlough what the States are like. By Edmund Antrobus ..... TVA ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. George Aarons and Sgt. Burgess Scott ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... Fascinating Military Mysteries II - The Ghost on the U.S.S. Gnarf. By Pfc. Charles Peterson ..... Stars Fell on Cpl. Bains ..... PX ..... Small Business-Man on Luzon - Anecito Domingo was a jeweler and a furniture maker before the Japs came. Now he fashions stainless-steel watchbands for GIs and plans a new start in Liberated Tacloban. By Sgt. Marion Hargrove ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly GI ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Frances Rafferty ..... Candy Jones By Sgt. Al Hine ..... The Picnic of Cell Block 7 By Sgt. James Dugan ..... Olympic Prospects By Sgt. Tom Shehan ( Olympic Games Revival ) ..... Cartoons

YANK TY 1945 11 02
YANK TY 1945 11 02
Vol. 1 No. 6 ....... Cover: Berlin Tourist - This GI, Pfc. Charles Hoffman of Elvenon, Pa., is using some off-duty time to do a little sightseeing in Berlin. Behind the broken tree on which he's taking it easy is the Grosser Stern, a monument commemorating Germany's victory over France in the Franco-Prussian War ....... Articles Inside: The Great Tokyo Fire - At least 100,000 persons perished in the March 9 holocaust, probably the greatest fire in history. By Sgt. Knox Burger ..... General Marshall Reports - The Chief of Staff, in the third of his biennial reports, presents some of his views on the war just won and on the role of the Army in the years to come. YANK reprints extracts ..... Second-Hand Rose - The GI nickname, Tokyo Rose, just meant a radio voice, but newsmen in Japan found a girl to fit. ( Iva Toguri ) By Sgt. Dale Kramer ..... Preview U.S.A. - No one knows exactly what life will be like in the States this time next year, but this article outlines the best bets of some reliable forecasters.By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... Seeing Berlin - A camera tour of Germany's capital city with YANK photographer Sgt. Eugene Kammerman ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... PX ..... PW Baby Cage - Captured Wehrmacht GIs between the ages of 12 and 17 get special indoctrination in democracy at this PW school sparked by a Yank Pfc. By Cpl. Howard Katzander ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly GI ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Daun Kennedy ..... Drummer Man ( Ray McKinley ) By Sgt. Al Hine ..... The Atom and the Army - Though our atomic bomb has startled the world, the Army probably will take it in stride. Nothing can ever quite disintegrate the Customs of the Service. By Sgt. Ray Duncan ..... Sports: Hot-Stove League By Sgt. John Ebinger ..... Comics

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YANK TY 1945 11 16
Vol. 1 No. 8 ....... Cover: Silver Hunter, Manila Bay - One of the divers detailed to recover 17 million silver pesos from Manila Bay is T/Sgt. Harrison T. Martin of San Francisco, Calif. In this picture, by S/Sgt. Ed Wergeles, PRO, AFWESPAC, he is shown on a salvage ship with the spoils he brought back from the bottom. Other pictures of silver-hunting operations are on page 5. ....... Articles Inside: ... Rackets and Veterans - Don't get the idea that everyone is out to skin the veteran, but there are some slick operators with eyes on your mustering-out pay. Here YANK tells you what to watch out for. By Sgt. H. N. Oliphant ..... Silver Hunt ..... People on the Home Front - Arthur E. DuBois By Sgt. Barrett McGurn ..... "How Do You Feel About the Americans Leaving Italy?" By Photographers Pfc. Werner Wolff and Cpl. Charles James ..... Tokyo PX By Sgt George Burns and Phtos by Sgt. E. R. Allen ..... French Pictures - The picture business in France, which languished under German occupation, is getting a new lease on life in spite of shortages of material and personnel. French studios are once more operating, with borrowed props and improvised scenery. By Cpl. Marvin Sleeper ..... Arriving Home on the Queen Elizabeth By YANK artist Sgt. Bob Greenhalgh ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... What's Your Problem? ..... PX ..... Report on the VA - The report requested by President Roosevelt from Bernard M. Baruch recommends widespread changes in the Veterans Administrationfrom better medical care to easier GI loans. ..... Mail Call ..... Strictly GI ..... YANK Pin-up Girl: Donna Reed ..... Clothes and Things ( Elizabeth Hawes ) By Sgt. Al Hine ..... Casualty in New York ( YANK Fiction ) By Cpl. Bill Feinberg ..... Sports: Bronco Rider ( Tom Knight ) By Cpl. Mike Detzer ..... Cartoons

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YANK TY 1945 11 30
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YANK TY 1945 12 07
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YANK TY 1945 12 14
YANK TY 1945 12 14
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YANK TY 1945 12 21
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YANK TY 1945 12 28
Vol. 1 No. 14 ....... Cover: This is YANK's last cover. It needs no explanation. So long and good luck. ....... Articles Inside: ... Honorable Discharge. Artwork by Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh ..... Inventory, U.S.A. - After the years of war, peacetime takes some getting used to, but the nation is slowly swinging into its postwar stride. By Sgt. Robert Bendiner ..... Sweating it Out...Europe - Some occupation deals are good and some are lousy, and the biggest gripe is still chicken. By YANK's European Staff ..... Sweating it Out...Pacific - From Kilroy to the colonel, everyone wants to go home, and the only question is, "When?" By Sgt. Robert MacMillian ..... YANK Pin-up Girls ( Centerfold ) ..... The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ..... The Outer Garment By Sgt. Ray Duncan ..... The Soldier Speaks: What reforms should be made in the Postwar Army? ..... SEPARATION - When you're on that last lap of Army before getting out, the air is as tense as at induction. By Ex-Sgt. Merle Miller ..... Out Six Months - Two veterans separated last spring find that discharge papers aren't passports to every GI dream, but that civilian life still beats the Army every time. By Sgt. Debs Myers ..... Mail Call ..... Memorable YANK Cartoons ..... Veterans 20th Annual Reunion Cartoon




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