YANK BR 1945 02 11 (PDF)


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Vol. 3 No. 35 ……. Cover: Hunting Snipers – The American rifleman moving through a war-pocked building in Aachen, Germany is Pvt. Ralph J. De Franco of Pittsburgh, Pa. At the moment a Signal Corps photographer made this picture, De Franco was trying to get in a shot at a German sniper who’d been pecking away at the Yanks. Photo by Signal Corps. ……. A GI Tell of France’s Tough Road Back. See Pages 2, 3 and 4 ……. Articles Inside: …

France Sweats It Out – A GI reporter gives a picture of the French people’s struggle to get back on their, feet, a picture that is a far cry from the impression GIs are likely to pick up on a trip to Paris. By Sgt. James Dugan

Our Fastest Bomber ( New A-26 Invader ) Photos by Sgt. Frank Biro and Sgt. Robert Gordon

The Russian Offensive

Iron Man Battalion – The old-timers of this 34th Division outfit have sweated it out longer than any other infantrymen in Europe, three years overseas with 350 days spent in the front lines of Tunisia and Italy. By Sgt. Joe McCarthy and photos by Sgt. Steve Derry

The Soldier Speaks: Should the GIs of this war have a veterans’ organization of their own?

Theater in Wartime By Sgt. Georg N. Meyers with Photo by Lucus Pritchard

Variety Show – Produced by the Cameras of the World Photos by Sgt. Dick Hanley and Sgt. Dil Ferris

YANK Pin-up Girl: Lizabeth Scott

News from Home

The Sad Sack “Army Economy” by Sgt. George Baker

Mail Call

YANK’s AFN Radio Guide – Highlights for the week of Feb. 11

College Basketball. Photo by Sgt. Bob Ghio

GI Tex Rickard By Sgt. Burtt Evans and photo by Sgt. Derry

Sports Service Record

Yanks in the ETO

The Count