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    • March 24, 1945 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Flight to Freedom, pp. 11-13
      Two hundred thousand victims of Nazi wrath trek on foot through the arctic winter to fi...
    • G.I. Hamlet, p. 14
      Maurice Evans brings Shakespeare to the soldiers undiluted---and they love it
    • Elephants With Skirts, p. 15
      The Short Short Story
    • Liberation at Amiens, pp. 16-17
      The RAF carries through one of the most extraordinary rescues in the history of modern war
    • Go to Sleep, pp. 18-19
      An operation is a great experience, but after all, it's the doctor's show!
    • Hi! Sarge!, p. 20
      If you were 4-I and your girl is a sergeant and a hero to boot, how would you like it
    • The Farmers They Fly High, p. 21
      In Oklahoma up-to-the-minute farmers have already taken to the ari---in their own planes
    • Love Has No Alibi, pp. 22-23
      The Serial Story, second of four parts
    • England and the Boys, pp. 24-25
      Report on a mission of the spirit, by the military vicar to our Armed Forces
    • Jobs Out of the Air, pp. 26-29
      Interviewing disabled veterans over the radio, I.J. Wagner of Chicago helps them to fin...
    • The Heroes, A Gallery of United Nations Patriots, pp. 30-35
      No. 22---L't. Col. N.L.W. van Straten
    • Stamps at War, pp. 36-45
      how the British government once turned forger and created a philatelic mystery!
    • Gentleman's Town, pp. 46-56
      A child's eyes often see beneath the surface gentility of adults to the cruel melodrama...
    • The Girl on the Cover, p. 57
    • Clothes by Chemists, pp. 58-65
      Next---runless hose, goods that shed water and won't wrinkle and trousers that never lo...
    • White Man's Burden, pp. 66-80
      She hated dishonesty, especially in a man, but then she didn't know all the facts
    • The Week's Work, p. 81
    • Editorials, pp. 82-84
      Casablanca---Teheran---Yalta; Back to Patent Fundamentals; Leave That Lettuce Lay, Lady
    • Cover