YANK BR 1943 06 27 (PDF)


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Vol. 2 No. 2 ……. Cover: A Picture of Peace and serenity of the sea. But it’s far from peaceful for the U-boats caught beneath a Sunderland’s belly out in the stormy Atlantic. ……. Articles Inside: What Gave You Your Biggest Kick in a Tank Battle? ….. Slit Trenches… and Slit Throats ( Gurkhas and their kukris in Italy ) By Sgt. Ralph G. Martin ….. ‘First In, Last Out’ – The Combat Engineers In New Guinea Had What It Takes By Sgt. Dave Richardson ….. Killers under the Silk! – With the same demoralizing weapon the Germans used against their native land, the Poles are training to go back against the Hun and demoralize him. ( Polish Paratroopers ) By Sgt. Walter Peters ….. Dream Crew – It’s the boys who get back intact that are doing the job. ( Captain Darrell L. Sims and his B-24 crew ) By Capt. Arthur Gordon ….. Yanks at Home in the ETO ….. G.I. Joe by Lt. Dave Breger ….. Strictly G.I. ….. A Week Of War — Every Day last week you could pick up a paper and read some good news in it. Even on Friday. ….. The Army-Navy Game 1943 ( Photo Report ) ….. News From Home ….. Genie with the Light Brown Hair – The story of Cpl. Sam Johnson and his wonderful Chinese lamp. By Sgt. Merle Miller ….. YANK Pin-up Girl: Virginia Patton ….. Sports: Thinking out loud and wondering whatever became of Tunney’s anti-cigarette campaign ….. The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker ….. Artie Greengroin PFC — Artie behind the section 8 ball ….. Mail Call ….. Mediterranean Mystery – Musso’s Navy – Down south the outlook is beautiful, but don’t overlook the fact that the Ities, unfortunately, still have some warships—if they decide to use them. ….. What Happened to My Allotment? ….. Cartoons