The Stars and Stripes – London 1944 01 26 (PDF)

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Vol. 4 No. 72 Wednesday, Jan. 26, 1944
Articles’ Headlines: … Appian Way Is Reported Cut by Allies – Advance Is Believed Miles From Main Rome-Naples Railway – Kesselring Moving Forces North to Meet Threat; Nazis Say Town 20 Mi. From Capital Has Fallen to Invaders ….. Invasion Coast Pounded For 20th Time in Month ….. Reds Drive For Estonia; Enter Kerch – Hit Nazis From Armored Trains in North; Enemy Renews Vinnitsa Push ….. 51 Jap Aircraft Are Destroyed In Pacific Area – Rabaul, Wewak Hit Again; Enemy Destroyer Set Afire Off New Guinea ….. Conferees OK A $300 Bonus ….. Bennett Escapes, Gets the Story Out ( Correspondent Lowell Bennett ) ….. Gen. Alexander Directed Italian Landing Personally ….. N.Y. World-Telegram Has Got Nothing on Us ….. Coningham Named to Lead ‘Invasion Force’ of RAF ….. Story Behind the Invasion Story – A Brilliant Maneuver Rich in Anecdote Is Reviewed ….. German Planes Sent from East May Hit Britain – Last Week’s London Raids Said to Be First of Revenge Attacks ….. ‘Skirts,’ Soldier Musical, Makes Its Bow in London ….. Sen. Van Nuys, Indiana, Dies in Washington ….. It’s Two Years Today for Some of Us – 50 Days After Pearl Harbor, First GI Reached U.K. / By Carl Larsen ….. Air Finish Fight Is Sought in Italy ….. Runoff Appears A Certainty in Louisiana Race – Song Writer Has a 30,000 Lead Over Candidate of Long’s Old Machine ….. AFL Rejects Invitation To Attend Labor Talks ….. Army Lists U.S. Dead, Injured in Train Wreck¬†