Vol. 3 No. 46 ……. Cover: Ledo-Burma Road – Along the Ledo-Burma road, a little boy gives the famous Chinese good-luck greeting to a convoy truck towing a 75-mm pack howitzer. ……. The Low-Down on the GI Racketeers in Paris …… Articles Inside:
GI Racketeers in the Paris Black Market – AWOLs organized Chicago-style gangs with hideouts, fences, gun molls and all the trimmings of a third-rate blood-and-thunder detective story. By Sgt. Allan B. Ecker
V-2 in Antwerp – The threat that came out of the skies above the city was blind; it leveled military objectives and homes, and killed aimlessly. By Cpl. Edmund Antrobus
Road to China – Ledo-Burma Road ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. Dave Richardson
Frankie of La Konga ( Frankie Sumner of Columbia, S.C. ) By Sgt. Walter Bernstein
Main Streets of America – A look back home since you went away ( Photo Report )
The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker
Honey in the Mortar ( YANK Fiction ) By Cpl. Len Zinberg
The Soldier Speaks: What changes would you like to see made in post-war America?
R.R.’s in Wartime – Sgt Ralph Stein reports on the sad condition of railroad travel these days back home. Like the sergeant’s sketches, it seams to be somewhat slightly confused.
Cpl. Bob Krell – YANK Correspondent Killed in Action with 17th Airborne
YANK Pin-up Girl: Barbara Bates
The Poets Cornered
Cross Word Puzzle
Sports: Favorite Derby Horses – Col. Mat Winn says Exterminator was the best of all time. By Cpl. Tom Shehan