YANK US 1944 12 22 (PDF)




Vol. 3 No. 27

Cover: For Christmas, Sgt. George Baker has given us a Sad Sack who holds the bag even on Christmas Eve. Of course it’s a brigadier’s bag, the bag of Santa Claus, but it’s none the less a bag for that. From the size of Gen. Claus’ corporation, the Sack will wind up drawing the chimney-climbing detail, too.

A Christmas Poem

Attu, Kwajalein, Leyte – Veterans of the 7th Division compare three campaigns against the Japs

Into the Rhineland

Shavetail Without Bars

The Obedient Child (YANK Fiction)

The Soldier Speaks: Should women remain in industry after the war?

War and Weather – On the Western Front, snow and rain make our progress tougher

Women in Industry

Camp News

Mail Call

Navy Notes


Sports: GI All American Team 1944

What’s Your Problem?

Yank Pin-up Girl : Hazel Brooks