Army Talks

ARMY TALKS : The PURPOSE of ARMY TALKS is to help American officers and enlisted personnel become better-informed men and women and therefore better soldiers.

ARMY TALKS are designed to stimulate discussion and thought, and, by their very nature, thus may often be controversial in content. They are not to promote or to propagandize any particular causes, beliefs or theories. Rather, they draw upon all suitable sources for fact and comment, in tie American tradition, with each individual retaining his American right and heritage so far as his own opinion it concerned.

THEREFORE, the statements and opinions expressed herein are not necessarily verified by, nor do they necessarily reflect the opinions of, the United States Army.

THE SOURCE OF MATERIAL must therefore be made clear at each discussion. All written material appearing in this publication has been written and edited by uniformed members of the Army and or Navy, except where it is stated that a civilian or other outside source is being quoted.

ARMY TALKS is a Restricted ETO U.S. Army Pamphlet published weekly. Format early issues September 1943 thru April 1945 … 5-1/4 x 8-3/8 inches Format May 1945 and later issues

7-3/4″ x 9-7/8″

The Photo is Army Talks Illustrator George Withers at his drawing table at ETO headquarters in Paris. These are some of the issue’s covers illustrated by George for Army Talks; 6/19/45, 7/17/45, 8/26/45, 9/2/45, 10/28/45, 11/4/45, 11/25/45, and 12/16/45. Photo courtesy of son, Brian Withers.

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