YANK BR 1944 05 21 (PDF)


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Vol. 2 No. 49 ……. Cover: A YANK Photographer in the Ruins of Cassino – See page 3 ……. Articles Inside: …

Cameraman in Cassino – A YANK photographer crawls through the wreckage In the ruined Italian mountain town where the Allies are still locked with the Germans in one of the war’s longest battles and brings back some remarkable pictures. By Sgt. George Aarons

Zero-Hour Bombing – Lying flat on his stomach in an A-20 a YANK correspondent saw this clear-cut view of the bomb strikes on the marshalling yards and oil tanks at Busigny, France. Part of the pattern of pre-invasion bombing, these Havocs, which first blazed the combat air trails over the continent of Europe in 1942, are now blasting the Atlantic Wall in the last lap of flying in the War of Europe. By Sgt. Saul Levitt

Yanks at Home in the ETO

Variety Show – Produced by the Cameras of the World

The Sad Sack “Reassignment” by Sgt. George Baker

YANK Cartoons

News From Home

Mail Call

Stick-Up By the Numbers. By Sgt. Ray Duncan

YANK’s AFN Radio Guide for Week of May 21

Sports Round-Up

Sports: Here’s How the Major League Races Look as of This Minute. By Sgt. Dan Polier

Sports Service Record

15 men…or a…Jeep – It’s not often that glider planes and the men who fly them get their just dues— and sometimes it takes a dramatic incident like Col. Phil Cochran’s daring glider attack in Burma to wake up the headline writers. All the gliders are not in Burma, of course, and here is a story of CG-4s and tow plane pilots in the U.K. By Cpl. John Preston

YANK Pin-up Girl: Ingrid Bergman