Yank, the Army Weekly, Vol. 3 No. 38: March 9, 1945 1945-03-09
Missing Pin-Up page.
Cover Story "Burma Bridge Busters Use New Bombing Trick"
This Week's Cover: "This soldier of the 95th division has a pet traveling companion with him in the Philippines. He is T-4 Timothy Leeds, a cook, and the monkey goes along with him when he fixes up the chow for his men in the front lines. It is telling Leeds about some high points in the landscape, being a native of the place."
Bridge Busters [Cover Story - 490th Bomb Squadron] by Sgt. Dave Richardson
Hike to Manila by Sgt. Dick Hanley
A German Talks by Sgt. Joe McCarthy
People on the Home Front: Kathleen Winsor by Cpl. Hyman Goldberg
Yanks In Russia by Sgt. Joe Lockard
Night Life in Teheran by T-4 Frank Agar
The Soldier Speaks: Which Was a Greater Menace to our Country and our Values: Germany or Japan?
Main Street - A Look Back Home
Sad Sack Cartoon
Winged Bakery by Sgt. Ray Duncan [parody of the play/movie "Winged Victory"]
Home on Furlough: Back from the ETO by Sgt. Walter Bernstein [missing a page]
The Poets Cornered
Sports by Cpl. Tom Shehan
Back Cover - Cartoons
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Issues for June 17, 1942-Nov. 26, 1943 issued by Headquarters Detachment, Special Service, War Dept.; Dec. 3, 1943-Feb. 4, 1944 issued by the Army Education and Information Division, War Dept; Feb. 11-Aug. 25, 1944, Army Information, MSD, War Dept.; -Dec. 28, 1945, by the Information and Education Division