Infantry Journal 1944 06 (PDF)


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Vol. LIV No. 6 ……. Cover: Infantry in England. ……. Inside Articles:

A Day for the Doughboy

Encirclement By Air. By Lieutenant Colonel James W. Bellah – Illustrated by James A. Ernst

C-B-I Allies Fight to Clear Burma of the Japanese ( Photo Report )

The U.S. and the Infantry – Americans who wear the crossed muskets of the Infantry come from everywhere. And from everywhere in America the thoughts of the folks they left behind go out to the Infantry, wherever they are. Here are words of appreciation and good cheer for the Infantry from every section of our land.

Battle Facts For Your Outfit

Street Fighting in Cassino. By W. F. Shadel

New Guinea Fighting, Then and Now

Taking Makin. By Lieutenant Willard H. Marlowe As told to Lieutenant L. R. Barnhill

Smoke Over the Markham

We Learn in Combat. By Major Robert E. Cullis

Weapons in New Georgia

Throw Away the Book? By Captain William H. Whyte Jr. USMC

Ten Days a Nazi Prisoner ( Part Two ). By Lieutenant X

Meeting Fear in Battle


1st Infantry Division – Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. York – Captain Clifford B. Raymer – Sergeant Clifford Tompkins – Captain John J. Kelly, Jr. – Private First Class Raymond F. Villeneuve – Private John W. Lyngard

3d Infantry Division – Captain Maurice L. Britt

Order of Precedence of Medals

Critique. By Colonel G. E. Parker

S-Minen ( Photo Report )

Science and the Warrior. By George W. Gray

Put Oil On It. By Captain Melvin M. Johnson, Jr. USMCR

Honor Roll

To the Editors


Meet Our Authors

Picture Credits

Book Reviews

Books – Manuals – Binders