The Stars and Stripes – London 1944 03 07 (PDF)


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Vol. 4 No. 107 Tuesday, Mar. 7, 1944
Articles’ Headlines: … Berlin Gets 1st Big Day Bombing – Fierce Battles Rage As Huge U.S. Force Dumps Tons on City – One Fort Division Fights Way In and Out; Other Forts, Libs Meet Few Fighters; Flak Heavy; Weather Better / By Bud Hutton ….. Americans Fighting in Burma – 2,000 Japs Cut Off by Yank Drive – Guadalcanal; New Guinea Veterans Open Prelude to Possible Big Campaign ….. Reds Capture Volochisk, Cut Odessa-Lwow Line ….. 28,000 Aircraft Went to Allies – 20 Pct. of Massive U.S. Output Turned Over, Crowley Reports ….. More Plants to Produce Landing-Barge Plates ….. Stem Rising Accidents, Troops Told / By Richard Wilbur ….. Yanks Begin Berlin Diary Of New Sort ….. Bereaved Clare Luce ‘Adopts’ British Refugee ….. The Chaplain Went Into Battle – Father Tim ( Andrysiak ) Won Respect Of His Men the Hard Way / By Charles F. Kiley ….. Gripsholm Off For U.S. With 796 Repatriates – Many Taken Against Will; Others Who Wanted to Quit Reich Left Behind ….. 70,000,000 Must Be Fed By Allies, Sayre Asserts ….. Soviet Production Soars ….. Bandits Strip Victims In Paris, Sell Clothing ….. Nazi Casualties 24,000 at Anzio – Three Big Attacks Costly For Germans; Allied Guns Continue to Pound Foe ….. Knudsen Sights Demand For 12 Million New Cars ….. ….. Uruguay Balks At Farrell OK ….. Man’s Body Found in Shark ….. U.S. Oil Men Denounce Plan for Arabian Pipeline ….. Plans to Train Vets and Insure Jobs Revealed – Hines Outlines Problems On Which Action Will Be Taken by U.S. ….. First Women Killed in Action ….. Teller Held in Theft Of $3,000 in Dimes ….. 3 Air Force Officers To Face Court-Martial ….. Negro Indicted for Murder In Washington Cathedral