The Stars and Stripes – London 1944 01 19 (PDF)


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Vol. 4 No. 66 – Wednesday, January 19, 1944 ……….. Articles’ Headlines: … Found: The Horatius at the Oschersleben Bridge – Bombers Hail One-Man Air Force ( Maj. James H. Howard ) / By Andrew A. Rooney ….. Three Red Columns Converge on Rovno, Rail Center in Poland – Battling at Gateway To Romania Is Near a Climax ….. Total Service Bill Winds Up In Pigeon Hole – House Committee Delays Action Indefinitely; New Hearings in Senate ….. 100-Ship Convoy Passed Through Gibraltar, Berlin ….. Lest They Forget, Back Home – ETO Soldier Wants to Vote, With No Snafu About It, Either / By Earl Mazo ….. V-Mail to U.S. Tops 50 Million – Regular Air Mail Would Have Meant 2,000 More Ocean Hops ….. This Is the Army – Cpl. WAC, Cpl. Joe Reunited In London on 2nd Honeymoon ( Burney and Mary Dickinson ) ….. Prohibition Barrage In Congress Is Opened ….. Shuttle Raiding Via Russia Seen By Gen. Arnold – Two-Way Bombing Blows From Italy ‘Probable,’ Air Chief Declares ….. Churchill Back; Will Give Statement on War Soon ….. Says Wall Street Blocks Economic Rise of South ….. U.S. Vacated Army Camps To Be Hospitals for Vets ….. French Capture Anchor of Nazis’ Latest Italy Line – Americans Bridge Rapido River at Several Points; Germans Falling Back ….. GI-WAC Show Opens Four-Day London Run ….. 70 Pct. of American Troops In U.K. Now May Hear AFN ….. Sour Notes From Back Home – Black Market Fiddles Merrily, Horn of Plenty Keeps in Tune ….. ‘Separate Peace’ Rumor Still Has Allies Befuddled ….. ‘Death Commandos’ Wait Allied Invaders ….. Catalinas Sink Jap Cargo Ship – Two Other Enemy Vessels Left Burning Off New Ireland ….. Nelson Denies War Plants Are Set to Convert – Nearing Battles Preclude Switch to Peace-time Output, He Insists ….. Army Denies Knowledge Of ETO Vote-Sampling¬†