YANK BR 1943 03 14 (PDF)




Vol. 1 No. 39

Cover: Our Readers Are Varied and Many: A Few Intellects of New Guinea ……. Articles Inside: There’s no Front Line in New Guinea – They don’t fight that way because the Japs hide all around them-and sometimes stroll into the CP, wearing new American uniforms and whistling “One Dozen Roses.” by Sgt. Dave Richardson ….. These Pictures Were Sketched Under Fire ( Guadalcanal ) by Sgt. Howard Brodie ….. Jap Trap – In those last days at Guadalcanal, the littlemen of Hirohito were outnumbered, encircled and exhausted but they still refused to give up the jungle without a death struggle by Sgt. Mack Morriss ….. First G.I. Report From Iran: It’s Cold, Expensive and Strange by Sgt. Al Hine ….. Army Nurses in New Guinea Can Take It by Cpl. Ralph L. Boyce ….. The Raid – A Yank Reporter Takes a Flight to Lorient by Sgt. Denton Scott ….. USA in the ETO ….. Yanks at Home and Abroad ….. When You Get the Yen to Trade, Pal, Obey These 10 Commandments by Pvt. Ken Abbott ….. A Week Of War – Men are beasts: being a series of paradoxes based on various actions ….. Birds of War ( Hawaii Pigeon Section of the Signal Corps ) ….. News From Home ….. People Back Home ….. YANK Pin-up Girl: Esther Williams ….. Home Towns in Wartime: No. 1 – Winchester Ky. by Sgt. Bill Davidson ….. The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ….. Artie Greengroin PFC – Spam & Artie ….. The Poets Cornered ….. Mail Call ….. Strictly G.I. ….. The Facts of Dice by Allen Churchill, Y3c ….. Cartoons