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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1940s = 4 Years, 182 Issues, 2,581 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1942 = 29 Issues, 432 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1943 = 50 Issues, 716 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1943 = 11 Issues, 151 Articles
          1. [+]
            January 6, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The Navy Fights, pp. 2-4
            2. Clicking On All Fronts, p. 5
            3. Can You Top This? by Sgt. John T. Barnes, p. 6
            4. Yanks at Home and Abroad, pp. 7-8
            5. The Navy "Boot", p. 9
            6. News from Home, pp. 10-11
            7. This is the Navy, pp. 12-13
            8. Between the Lines by S/Sgt. George Dewey, p. 14
            9. Blow It Out Your Ballast Tanks, pp. 15-17
            10. Mail Call, p. 18
            11. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            12. "Can" Rations by Robert L. Schwartz, Y3c and Cpl. Robert Greenhalgh, ..., pp. 20-21
            13. The Post Exchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, pp. 23-24
          2. [+]
            January 13, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Natives Go G.I. In South Seas, p. 2
            2. Meet the Sergeant from Guadalcanal by Sgt. Mack Morriss, p. 3
            3. When the Infantry Went to Sea by Sgt. E.J. Kahn, Jr., p. 4
            4. Jilted G.I.'s in India Organize First Brush-Off Club, pp. 5-7
            5. Yanks at Home and Abroad, pp. 8-9
            6. News from Home, pp. 10-11
            7. Yank Pictures, pp. 12-13
            8. Between the Lines, p. 14
            9. Ready...Aim...Whammy by Sgt. Frank A. Reilly, pp. 15-16
            10. Message Center, p. 17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            13. Hooper's Troopers by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 20-21
            14. Sports, pp. 22-24
          3. [+]
            January 20, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Nearest to Tokio, p. 2
            2. No Man's Land by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, p. 3
            3. Soviet Strategy, p. 4
            4. Hot Bridge by Sgt. Harry Brown, p. 5
            5. Yanks at Home and Abroad, pp. 6-8
            6. Grasshopper Planes by S. Sgt. Sam A. Ilitzky, p. 9
            7. News from Home, pp. 10-11
            8. Guadalcanal, pp. 12-13
            9. Between the Lines, p. 14
            10. "We Did It Before---", pp. 15-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            13. Jinx Flight by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 20-21
            14. The Post Exchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, pp. 23-24
          4. [+]
            January 27, 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Tunis: Communique - Allied HQ.: Only Routine Patrol Activity, pp. 2-3
            2. Getting Down to Brass Taxes by Cpl. Richard H. Paul, pp. 4-5
            3. Yanks at Home and Abroad, pp. 6-8
            4. Equal Rights to China, p. 9
            5. News from France, pp. 10-11
            6. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            7. Between the Lines, p. 14
            8. Here They Are...The Winnahs!, pp. 15-17
            9. Mail Call, pp. 18-19
            10. With the USAFISPA, pp. 20-21
            11. The Post Exchange, p. 22
            12. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          5. [+]
            February 3, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Allies Agree on War Strategy, p. 2
            2. Flying Airport Makers, pp. 3-5
            3. How Troopship Leedstown Sank, p. 6
            4. Jap Prisoners at Sanananda Think MacArthur Dead, p. 7
            5. Yanks at Home and Abroad, p. 8
            6. Words Across the Sea, p. 9
            7. News from Home, pp. 10-13
            8. Between the Lines, p. 14
            9. Announcing the Winners of Yank's Super Contest, pp. 15-16
            10. Company Street, p. 17
            11. The Poets Cornered, p. 18
            12. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            13. Medics, pp. 20-21
            14. Sports, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          6. [+]
            February 10, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Ring of Steel Threatens Axis, p. 2
            2. Zeros Attack by Sgt. Don Harrison, p. 3
            3. Meet Yank's Old Man by Cpl. Burtt Evans, pp. 4-5
            4. Home and Abroad, pp. 6-7
            5. Message Center, p. 8
            6. News from Home, pp. 9-11
            7. Men of War in the Aleutians and North Africa, pp. 12-13
            8. Between the Lines, p. 14
            9. Junior Solomons, pp. 15-17
            10. The Poets Cornered, p. 18
            11. The African Conference, p. 19
            12. Alcan Epic by Richard L. Neuberger, pp. 20-22
            13. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          7. [+]
            February 26, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Rommel's Rout in N. Africa by Sgt. Burgess Scott, pp. 2-3
            2. Yanks at Home and Abroad, pp. 4-6
            3. What's Your Problem?, p. 7
            4. Ready to Strike, p. 8
            5. So You Want to be a 1st Sgt. by 1st Sgt. Clyde P. Wilemon, p. 9
            6. News from Home, pp. 10-11
            7. A Tank Joins the 8th Army, pp. 12-13
            8. Between the Lines, p. 14
            9. Needle Pointers, pp. 15-17
            10. Mail Call, p. 18
            11. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            12. Mountain Fighters by Cpl. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports, pp. 23-24
          8. [+]
            March 5, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Jap Trap by Sgt. Mack Morriss, p. 3
            2. Voyage to the Andreanofs by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, pp. 4-6
            3. Message Center, p. 7
            4. What Comes Next in the Pacific?, p. 8
            5. News from Home, pp. 9-11
            6. Birds of War, pp. 12-13
            7. Between the Lines, p. 14
            8. Are You Going to North Africa?, pp. 15-17
            9. Mail Call, p. 18
            10. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            11. They Fight With Film by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 20-21
            12. Home Town Sports News, p. 22
            13. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          9. [+]
            March 12, 1943 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. Jungle War, p. 2
            2. There's No Front Line in New Guinea by Sgt. Dave Richardson, p. 3
            3. The Facts of Dice by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 4-5
            4. Yes, Junior, Daddy Went to Town by Sgt. James Burchard, pp. 6-7
            5. Rommel Fights to Gain Time for Hitler, p. 8
            6. Navy Sky Pilot by Sgt. Joe McCarthy, p. 9
            7. News from Home, pp. 10-11
            8. Variety Show, pp. 12-14
            9. Between the Lines, p. 15
            10. Sketch Book of a Private First Class by Pfc. Oscar Liebman, p. 16
            11. G.I. Cross-Word Puzzle by Pvt. Vaugh Kendrick, p. 17
            12. Mail Call, p. 18
            13. Strictly G.I., p. 19
            14. China's New Fighting Man by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 20-21
            15. Post Xchange, p. 22
            16. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            March 19, 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Yanks in Africa, p. 2
            2. Range Raid in Tunisia by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, p. 3
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 4-5
            4. Allies Fight to Clear Mediterranean Sea, p. 6
            5. Sketches from the Front Lines by Sgt. Howard Brodie, pp. 7-10
            6. Strictly G.I., pp. 11-13
            7. News from Home, pp. 14-15
            8. You're in Miami Noew by Pvt. R.C. Bolton, pp. 16-18
            9. Mail Call, p. 19
            10. Trouble at Home? by Sgt. Joe McCarthy, pp. 20-21
            11. Post Xchange, p. 22
            12. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            March 26, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Up Front With the Yanks in Tunisia, p. 2
            2. A Half Track in Stuka Valley by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 3-4
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 5-6
            4. Nazis Gamble on Retreat from Russian Front, p. 7
            5. The Enlisted Man's Roll of Honor, pp. 8-10
            6. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            7. Caribbean Fortress, pp. 12-13
            8. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-18
            10. What Should You Bring Overseas? by Pvt. Bill Steele, p. 19
            11. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            12. Post Xchange, p. 22
            13. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
        2. [+]
          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1943 = 13 Issues, 189 Articles
          1. [+]
            April 2, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Bombing France by Sgt. Jack Scott, pp. 3-4
            2. Yanks at Home Abroad, p. 5
            3. What's Your Problem?, p. 6
            4. War in the Balkans Next?, p. 7
            5. Getting a Job After Your'e Discharged by Cpl. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 8-10
            6. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            7. War in Russia, pp. 12-14
            8. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            9. A Kiss from Medy Lamarr by Sgt. Merle Miller, p. 18
            10. The Supply Sergeant by S/Sgt. Fred C. Buse, p. 19
            11. Frankfort, Ind. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 20
            12. News from Home, p. 21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          2. [+]
            April 9, 1943 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. What Gave You Your Biggest Kick During a Tank Battle?, p. 2
            2. Sunset Divsion Eclipses the Rising Sun by Sgt. Dave Richardson, p. 3
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, p. 4
            4. The Army Runs a Navy Down in South America by Sgt. Joe McCarthy, p. 5
            5. The Kiwi from New Zealand by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 6-7
            6. It's in the Cards by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 8-9
            7. Japs Aim Drive at Northern Australia, p. 10
            8. Editorial, p. 11
            9. Medical Commandoes, pp. 12-13
            10. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            11. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            12. Bermuda Bound by Cpl. William Pene Du Bois, p. 18
            13. McTurk the Tentmaker, p. 19
            14. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            15. Post Xchange, p. 22
            16. Sports by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 23-24
          3. [+]
            April 16, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Tunisian Front, p. 2
            2. Recapture of GAFSA by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, p. 3
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 4-6
            4. The Stalemate in Asia is Headache to the Allies, p. 7
            5. Fifty Minutes of Hell by Robert L. Schwartz, Y3c, pp. 8-10
            6. Editorial, p. 11
            7. New Guinea Battleground, pp. 12-13
            8. The Poets Corners, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            10. Air Force Insignia, p. 18
            11. Nomenclature of the Army Band, M1 by Cpl. Howard P. Vanderlip, p. 19
            12. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          4. [+]
            April 23, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Everything Happens On Way To Gabes and Maknassy, pp. 2-3
            2. Yanks at Home Abroad by Sgt. Dave Richardson, pp. 4-5
            3. 82-Pound Sergeant by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 6-7
            4. "C" Company at Kokumbona by Sgt. Mack Morriss, pp. 8-9
            5. There Are Weaknesses in Jap Military Set-Up in Pacific, p. 10
            6. Editorial, p. 11
            7. Desert Victory, pp. 12-13
            8. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            10. Books in Wartimes, p. 17
            11. Detroit War Worker Tastes Army Life by Cpl. H.N. Oliphant, p. 18
            12. Bucyrus, Ohio by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 19
            13. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          5. [+]
            April 30, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The Invaders by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 3-4
            2. Guard Your Coast, Mister? by Sgt. Frank de Blois and Sgt. Ralph Stein, p. 5
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, p. 6
            4. Meet the Guys Who Saved You, Sergeant by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, p. 7
            5. Coast Guard Convoy, pp. 8-9
            6. Invasion of Norway?, p. 10
            7. Editorial, p. 11
            8. The Coast Guard, pp. 12-13
            9. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            10. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            11. GI Crossword Puzzle, p. 17
            12. Log of Duty, pp. 18-19
            13. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Frank de Blois, pp. 23-24
          6. [+]
            May 7, 1943 Issue = 18 Articles
            1. Driving Ahead in Tunisia, p. 2
            2. The Front Lines in Tunisia by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, p. 3
            3. He Had Never Cut a Man Open by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 4-5
            4. What's Your Problem?, p. 6
            5. Hopeless McGonigle's Brother Wins the DSC by S/Sgt. L.A. Brodsky, p. 7
            6. Shutterbug's Snafu by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, p. 8
            7. Joe E. Brown Traveling Showman, p. 9
            8. There Are Reasons for the Strange Peace Between Russia and Japan, p. 10
            9. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            10. Yanks Who Chase Rommel, pp. 12-13
            11. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            12. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            13. Double Puzzle, p. 17
            14. Shenandoah, Pa. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 18
            15. The Wolf by Pvt. Joe McTurk, p. 19
            16. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            17. Post Xchange, p. 22
            18. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          7. [+]
            May 14, 1943 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. Here Is the Famous German "Squeegee" Antitank Gun, p. 2
            2. Enemy Weapons by Sgt. Bill Davidson and Sgt. Ralph Stein, pp. 3-7
            3. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 8-9
            4. Submarines, pp. 10-11
            5. Northern Front, pp. 12-13
            6. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            7. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            8. The Colonel and His Squab by Sgt. Harry Brown, p. 18
            9. Post Xchange, p. 19
            10. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            11. Play Ball! by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 22-24
          8. [+]
            May 21, 1943 Issue = 17 Articles
            1. Yanks and British Who Make a Battle Team in Tunisia, p. 2
            2. Meet the British 8th by Sgt. A.W. Acland, p. 3
            3. Here's the First Yank Who Didn't Meet the British 8th Army by Sgt. Milton Lehman, p. 4
            4. Mess of Destruction On New Guinea's Tropical Shores by Sgt. Dave Richardson, pp. 5-6
            5. The Vulgar Virgin, p. 7
            6. How to Live on a Desert Island by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 8-9
            7. Japan's Doorstep, p. 10
            8. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            9. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            10. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            11. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            12. Books in Wartime, p. 17
            13. Willmar Minn., p. 18
            14. How To Get a Pass by Cpl. Norman R. Hart, p. 19
            15. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            16. Post Xchange, p. 22
            17. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            May 28, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. American Assam Dragons in India by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 3-4
            2. A Story of American Courage by Sgt. Mack Morriss, pp. 5-7
            3. Panama Quartermasters On the Chow Run by Sgt. Robert G. Ryan, pp. 8-9
            4. Stage Set for European Invasion, p. 10
            5. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            6. Photos by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 12-13
            7. The Poets Cornered, p. 14
            8. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            9. Company Street, p. 17
            10. Genie With the Light Brown Hair by Sgt. Merle Miller, p. 18
            11. Soldier Artist by Pfc. Albert Gold, p. 19
            12. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            June 4, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. What Do Enemy Prisoners Think About the War? by Sgt. Milton Lehman, p. 3
            2. Capture of Tunis Saved Yanks from Berlin Trip by Sgt. Burgess Scott, pp. 4-5
            3. WAACS by Cpl. E.M. Halliday, pp. 6-7
            4. It's in the Cards by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 8-9
            5. Tunisian Scoreboard, p. 10
            6. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            7. American Bases, pp. 12-13
            8. The Lowdown on Artie, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            10. Mexico, Mo. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 18
            11. Army Specialized Training Program, p. 19
            12. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            June 11, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. 66 Days Missing In Action by Sgt. Mack Morriss, pp. 3-4
            2. Kiska Catches Hell by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, p. 5
            3. Nazi Infanty Band Serenades Germans by Sgt. Dave Golding, pp. 6-7
            4. Gas Warfare by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 8-9
            5. The Mediterranean Isn't Safe Yet, p. 10
            6. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            7. In New Guinea, pp. 12-13
            8. Greengoin on the Telephone, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            10. The Poets Cornered, p. 17
            11. 67 Sad Sacks by Sgt. Pete Paris, p. 18
            12. The Navy Saves 97 Out of 100 Wounded, p. 19
            13. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          12. [+]
            June 18, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Medics Are Tough In New Guinea by Sgt. Dave Richardson, p. 3
            2. United Military Workers by S. Sgt. L.A. Brodsky, p. 4
            3. The Close Shavers Club by Sgt. Burgess Scott, pp. 5-7
            4. Fighting MP by Sgt. Walt Peters, p. 8
            5. 3-Day Pass in Cairo by S. Sgt. Arthur J. Gutman, p. 9
            6. How Does Capture of Attu Change the Pacific War?, pp. 10-11
            7. Variet Show, pp. 12-13
            8. Artie Makes an Explanation, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            10. Company Street, p. 17
            11. Spencer, Iowa by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 18-19
            12. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          13. [+]
            June 25, 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. How Planes Support Infanty by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, pp. 4-5
            2. Secret Weapons for the Invasion of Germany by Sgt. Ralph Stein, pp. 6-7
            3. New Weapons, pp. 8-12
            4. Yank Cartoons, pp. 13-19
            5. The Sweetheart of Co. D. by Pvt. William Saroyan, p. 20
            6. Artie the Well-Dressed Man, p. 21
            7. Yank: Its First Year in the Army, pp. 22-24
            8. The Poets Cornered, p. 25
            9. What Happened to My Allotment? by Sgt. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 26-27
            10. News from Home, pp. 28-29
            11. PX, p. 30
            12. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 31-32
        3. [+]
          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1943 = 12 Issues, 174 Articles
          1. [+]
            July 2, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Pin-Ups for Papa, p. 2
            2. Attu Island by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, pp. 3-5
            3. Private "Snafu", pp. 6-7
            4. Flying Training Command's New Weapon by Sgt. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 8-9
            5. The War in China, p. 10
            6. Washington O.P., pp. 11-13
            7. Arti in Quod, p. 14
            8. Mail Call, pp. 15-17
            9. Nomenclature of the Package, APO by Cpl. James O'Neill, p. 18
            10. What's Your Problem?, p. 19
            11. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            12. Post Xchange, p. 22
            13. Sports, pp. 23-24
          2. [+]
            July 9, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The Waacs With the Army in North Africa by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 3-4
            2. Blind Man's Buff With Bullets, pp. 5-7
            3. Prep School for Bomber Crews by Sgt. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 8-9
            4. New Tax Bill by Cpl. Richard Paul, p. 10
            5. Washington O.P., p. 11
            6. Puerto Rico, pp. 12-13
            7. Artie on the Mound, p. 14
            8. Mail Call, pp. 15-16
            9. The Poets Cornered, p. 17
            10. Beaver Dam, Wis. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 18
            11. Around the Camps, p. 19
            12. News from Home, pp. 20-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          3. [+]
            July 16, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Fighter Group by Sgt. Burgess Scott, pp. 3-4
            2. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 5-6
            3. Here's How to Start a Brush-Off Club Branch, p. 7
            4. Will We Get Jobs After the War? by Cpl. Edwin S. Mills, Jr., pp. 8-9
            5. Early Morning Mission in New Guinea, p. 10
            6. Washington O.P., p. 11
            7. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            8. Sick General by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. McTurk Drops a Slug, p. 16
            11. Malaria: It's as Dangerous as the Axis, p. 17
            12. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            13. Company Street, p. 21
            14. Post Exchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            July 23, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. The Road to Russia by Sgt. Al Hine, pp. 3-5
            2. Sketches from the South Pacific, pp. 6-7
            3. Marked Cards by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 8-9
            4. Polers Fight Back by Sgt. Walter Peters, p. 10
            5. Washington O.P., pp. 11-13
            6. Artie on the Life of Ease, p. 14
            7. Mail Call, p. 15
            8. Mrs. Harrison Speaking by Cpl. Warren Bledsoe, p. 16
            9. Arkadelphia, Ark. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 17
            10. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            11. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            12. Post Xchange, p. 22
            13. Sports by Sgt. Dave Richardson, pp. 23-24
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            July 30, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Do You Get Romantic With Your Patients?, p. 2
            2. What Do the British Think of Us? by Capt. Warwick Charlton, p. 3
            3. What Do We Think of the British? by Sgt. Burgess Scott, p. 4
            4. Yanks at Home Abroad, pp. 5-7
            5. So You Washed Out of OCS? by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 8-9
            6. North Atlantic Base, p. 10
            7. Washington O.P., pp. 11-13
            8. Artie the Visionary, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. Stein's Glorious Post-War World by Sgt. Ralph Stein, p. 16
            11. Tide Turns Toward Allies In Battle of Atlantic, p. 17
            12. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            13. GI Crossword Puzzle, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            August 6, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. They Swoop to Conquer, p. 2
            2. The New Airborne Brigades by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 3
            3. American Paratroopers Enjoyed Beer Party on Eve of Sicily Invasion by Sgt. Jack Foisie, p. 4
            4. People in Sicily Ask Americans Why They Didn't Come Sooner by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 5-7
            5. Negro Fighters' First Battle by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, pp. 8-9
            6. Landing at Woodlark by Sgt. Dave Richardson, p. 10
            7. Washington O.P., pp. 11-13
            8. Little Red Riding Hood by S/Sgt. Don Davis, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. Pfennig Arcade by Sgt. Ralph Stein, p. 16
            11. MacArthur's Offensive in the Pacific, p. 17
            12. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            13. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
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            August 20, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. What's Butch O'Hare Doing These Days? by Sgt. Merle Miller, p. 4
            2. You Don't Need a Big Vocabulary in China---Just an Index Finger by Sgt. Marion Hargrove, pp. 5-6
            3. Tough German Army Waits for Us in Europe, p. 7
            4. Wacs Drop an "A" by Cpl. Barrett McGurn, pp. 8-9
            5. Roll of Honor, p. 10
            6. The Jeep Joins the French Army by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 11-13
            7. Artie the Perfect Gentleman, p. 14
            8. Message Center, p. 15
            9. The Old Army by Pvt. Dennis Wiegand, p. 16
            10. Washington O.P., p. 17
            11. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            12. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          8. [+]
            August 27, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. GI Hitchhiker in Sicily by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, pp. 3-4
            2. A-36 Invader by Sgt. Pete Paris, pp. 5-7
            3. The Phantom Platoon by O/C Ray Duncan, p. 8
            4. What's Your Problem?, p. 9
            5. The Swagger Stick that Swishes by Sgt. Marion Hargrove, p. 10
            6. Russia Turns the Tide, p. 11
            7. Slicing Through Sicily, pp. 12-13
            8. Artie the Optimist, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. The Navy Takes to the Air Waves, p. 16
            11. Washington O.P., p. 17
            12. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            13. Evening Report, p. 21
            14. PX, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          9. [+]
            September 3, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. New Guinea Casualty, p. 2
            2. MPs Fight Under Fire by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, p. 3
            3. Psychology for the Fighting Man, pp. 4-5
            4. The Eight-ball, Chugalug, and C.E. Shack by Sgt. Marion Hargrove, pp. 6-8
            5. Raising the Normandie by Allen Churchill, Y3c, p. 9
            6. German Side Arms, p. 10
            7. His Plane Was Cut In Halves, pp. 11-13
            8. Artie the Bird Fancier, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. Air Force Artist by Cpl. Martin Jack Zipin, p. 16
            11. Washington O.P., pp. 17-18
            12. Camp News, pp. 19-20
            13. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          10. [+]
            September 10, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Aitu by Sgt. Georg Meyers, pp. 2-5
            2. Even the Mosquitoes Can't Stand This Army Way Station in Central Pacific by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 6-7
            3. Gun by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, pp. 8-9
            4. The Low-Down on Dirty Gertie by Sgt. Arthur Weithas, p. 10
            5. Report from Messina, p. 11
            6. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            7. Preparation for Invasion by Sgt. Irwin Shaw, p. 14
            8. Mail Call, p. 15
            9. Handy Pocket Guide for Ex-Dictators by Sgt. Ralph Stein and Sgt. Frank Brandt, p. 16
            10. Strictly G.I., p. 17
            11. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            12. No Glamour in Soldier Shows, p. 21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          11. [+]
            September 17, 1943 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. The Fall of Sicily by Sgt. Jack Foisie, p. 3
            2. The Wire Section by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, p. 4
            3. Gentlemen's Agreement by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, pp. 5-6
            4. The Men Who Discovered Greenland's Blais Field by Sgt. Ed O'Meara, p. 7
            5. Pacific Seaman by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 8-9
            6. The Aleutian Campaign, p. 10
            7. Strictly G.I., p. 11
            8. North Atlantic Report, pp. 12-13
            9. Artie Behind the Section 8 Ball, p. 14
            10. Mail Call, p. 15
            11. An Hour Between Trains by S/Sgt. William Krasner, p. 16
            12. Cheyenne, Wyo. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 17
            13. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            14. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            15. Post Xchange, p. 22
            16. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          12. [+]
            September 24, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The Eighth Air Force: Its War Over Europe by Sgt. Jack Scott, pp. 2-4
            2. Nazis Don't Like Goums by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, p. 5
            3. The Sergeant and His Adam's Apple Start a Sensation in China by Sgt. Marion Hargrove, p. 6
            4. Fancy Mail from a South Pacific Apo, p. 7
            5. The New Dutch Soldier by Pvt. Albert Orbaan, pp. 8-9
            6. Here's a Report on the Fighting of Each U.S. Division in Sicily, pp. 10-11
            7. Out of the Spotlight, pp. 12-13
            8. Whatever Became of the Old Fashioned Uppercut? by O/C Ray Duncan, p. 14
            9. Mail Call, p. 15
            10. McTurk Batters the Bum, p. 16
            11. Washington O.P., p. 17
            12. Camp News, pp. 18-20
            13. Books in Wartime, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
        4. [+]
          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1943 = 14 Issues, 202 Articles
          1. [+]
            October 1, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Navy Combat Artists, pp. 2-3
            2. General Marshall Reports, pp. 4-5
            3. Raid on Paramushiru by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, pp. 6-7
            4. Fiji Fighter by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 8-9
            5. Blackjack by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 10-11
            6. GIRR by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, pp. 12-13
            7. Artie the Stoic, p. 14
            8. Mail Call, p. 15
            9. Old Soldiers Never Die by Sgt. Warren Bledsoe, p. 16
            10. Strictly G.I., pp. 17-18
            11. Camp News, pp. 19-20
            12. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          2. [+]
            October 8, 1943 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Here's What We Found At Kiska by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, pp. 2-4
            2. AMG: It Pieces Conquered Towns Together Again by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, pp. 5-6
            3. Bazooka Close-Up, p. 7
            4. The Personal History of an Infantryman in the South Pacific by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 8-11
            5. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            6. Thoughts While Goldbricking by Pvt. William Saroyan, p. 14
            7. Mail Call, p. 15
            8. WACS At Fort Belvoir, Va. by Sgt. Paul Galdone, p. 16
            9. Washington O.P., p. 17
            10. Camp News, pp. 18-21
            11. Post Xchange, p. 22
            12. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          3. [+]
            October 15, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Infantry Battle in New Georgia by Sgt. Mack Morriss, pp. 3-5
            2. Nazis Fight on Three Fronts, pp. 6-7
            3. Stories from the Italian Front, p. 8
            4. Yanks In Italy, p. 9
            5. The Greek Navy by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, p. 10
            6. Palestine Express by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, pp. 11-12
            7. Trapping the Jap, p. 13
            8. Artie Agonized, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., pp. 15-16
            10. Camp News, p. 17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Solo Week by A/C Bert Stiles, pp. 19-20
            13. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          4. [+]
            October 22, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. "What Do You Do When a GI Starts Telling You What a Hot-Shot He Was Back Home?", p. 2
            2. One of the Toughest Details in the Army? by Sgt. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 3-4
            3. Your Battles Nerves Get Rusty by Sgt. Jack Foisie, p. 5
            4. Nine Wounded Veterans by Sgt. Howard Brodie, pp. 6-7
            5. When a Chinese Merchant Asks $1,800 for a Souvenir, Give Him $700 by Sgt. Marion Hargrove, pp. 8-9
            6. GIs Discuss Post-War Plans, p. 10
            7. The Nazis Have 30 Words for It, pp. 11-13
            8. Night of the Naked Woman, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Rubber Raft Test by S/Sgt. Gregor Duncan, pp. 19-21
            13. Post Xchange, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          5. [+]
            October 29, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The American Soldier Fell for a Booby Tap, p. 2
            2. Road to Tokyo by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 3-5
            3. A B-24 Looks for Trouble by Sgt. Dave Richardson, p. 6
            4. What's Your Problem?, p. 7
            5. Bull Session in a Cairo Base Hospital by Sgt. E.C. Harris, pp. 8-9
            6. German Hand Grenades, p. 10
            7. How to Get Lost in a Jungle by Sgt. Joe McCarthy, pp. 11-13
            8. Arduous Old Artie, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Yank Mural Contest Winner, pp. 19-20
            13. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Bill Frazier, pp. 23-24
          6. [+]
            November 5, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Two Nazi Spies Die by Sgt. George Aarons, pp. 3-4
            2. Signal Corps Photographers by Sgt. Mack Morriss, p. 5
            3. Russian Soldier by Sgt. Bill Davidson, pp. 6-7
            4. The War Roared Into This Italian Town by Sgt. Dave Golding, pp. 8-9
            5. Just Like a Furlough by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, p. 10
            6. Jungle War, p. 11
            7. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            8. Nominations Are Now In Order by Sgt. Ray Duncan, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. GI Museum of Fine Arts, pp. 19-20
            13. Double Puzzle, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Ralph G. Martin, pp. 23-24
          7. [+]
            November 12, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The Australians Who Captured Lae by Sgt. Dave Richardson, pp. 2-4
            2. Stories from Italy by Sgt. Jack Foisie, p. 5
            3. Schweinfurt Raid by Sgt. Walter Peters, pp. 6-7
            4. A Californian in Neutral Arabia by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, pp. 8-9
            5. How About Burma?, p. 10
            6. Square-Cut Diamond by Allen Churchill, Y3c, p. 11
            7. Yanks and British Fighting Their Way Through Italy, pp. 12-13
            8. What's Your Problem?, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Leatherneck Artists, pp. 19-20
            13. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          8. [+]
            November 19, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Wake Island Raid by Sgt. Robert Greenhalgh, pp. 3-4
            2. The Ground Forces Get Streamlined by Cpl. Richard Paul, p. 5
            3. The Five-Day Attack on Hastings Ridge by Sgt. Mack Morriss, pp. 6-7
            4. Recipe for a Civil War in Iran by Cpl. Jimmy O'Neill, pp. 8-9
            5. Dream of Adolf With the Soft Brown Eyes by Sgt. Ray Duncan, p. 10
            6. Spokane, Wash. by Sgt. Bill Davidson, p. 11
            7. GI Olympic Games, pp. 12-13
            8. What's Your Problem?, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., pp. 15-16
            10. Camp News, p. 17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. G.I. Songs, pp. 19-20
            13. Books in Wartime, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          9. [+]
            November 26, 1943 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Forward! By Rope and By Foot, p. 2
            2. Before the Attack by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, pp. 3-4
            3. The Army Authorizes Bronze Stars, p. 5
            4. Navy Pilot by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 6-7
            5. Aleutian Round-up by Sgt. Georg Meyers, pp. 8-9
            6. GI Insurance by Sgt. H.N. Oliphant, pp. 10-11
            7. Jungle Mop-Up, pp. 12-13
            8. Guardhouse by Mistake by T. Sgt. Edgar L. Acken, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. News from Home, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, pp. 18-20
            12. The Poet Cornered, p. 21
            13. Grid Headliners, p. 22
            14. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          10. [+]
            December 3, 1943 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. The Red Army's Big Attack, pp. 2-3
            2. Calypso in Trinidad, p. 4
            3. Lease-Loaned Yanks by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, p. 5
            4. Ex-GIs at West Point by Pvt. Tom Shehan, pp. 6-7
            5. Yanks Visit an Abandoned Pacific Base by Cpl. Hertz Rosenbaum, pp. 8-9
            6. ENSA, the British USO-Camp Shows by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, p. 10
            7. Attu's Oldest Newspaper by Cpl. Larry McManus, p. 11
            8. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            9. What's Your Problem?, p. 14
            10. Washington O.P., p. 15
            11. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            12. Mail Call, p. 18
            13. Woo Woo and His Island Romance by Cpl. Carl Happel, pp. 19-20
            14. Evening Report, p. 21
            15. Post Xchange, p. 22
            16. Sports by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24
          11. [+]
            December 10, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. America's Steady Comeback, pp. 2-4
            2. Muddy Afternoon in Italy by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, p. 5
            3. Tankers in Tunisia, pp. 6-7
            4. Gags from New Guinea, pp. 8-9
            5. Crap Game Odds? by Allen Churchill, Y3c, pp. 10-11
            6. Life Aboard an American Submarine, pp. 12-13
            7. The Beautiful Bed Check by Sgt. Ray Duncan, pp. 14-15
            8. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            9. Mail Call, p. 18
            10. A.S.T.P. by Pfc. J.R. Moskin, pp. 19-20
            11. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            12. Post Xchange, p. 22
            13. Sports, pp. 23-24
          12. [+]
            December 17, 1943 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Infantry Battalion Sweats It Out in Italy by Sgt. Walter Bernstein, pp. 3-4
            2. American Flyer Finds Germany Bomb Happy, p. 5
            3. PT Boat Mission by Sgt. Dave Richardson, pp. 6-7
            4. Yanks in Palestine Find Farms by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 8-9
            5. Flood Control on the Rhine by Pvt. Irwin Shaw, p. 10
            6. Souvenir Hunting by Sgt. Ralph Stein, p. 11
            7. Visit to Fiji, pp. 12-13
            8. What's Your Problem?, p. 14
            9. Washington O.P., p. 15
            10. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            11. Mail Call, p. 18
            12. Coast Artillery Posts in Maine by Cpl. Jack Ruge, pp. 19-20
            13. Evening Report, p. 21
            14. Post Xchange, p. 22
            15. Sports by Pvt. Joe Hasel, pp. 23-24
          13. [+]
            December 24, 1943 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. Death Battle at Tarawa by Sgt. John Bushemi, p. 3
            2. "Makin Taken" by Sgt. Merle Miller, pp. 4-5
            3. Pocket Guide to America, p. 6
            4. Girl Problem in Alaska by Sgt. Georg N. Meyers, p. 7
            5. Sensitive Reporter in Algiers Hoosegow by Pvt. Tom Shehan, pp. 8-9
            6. Battle of Germany, p. 10
            7. The Belgian Commandos Want to Go Home by Sgt. Paul W. Green, p. 11
            8. Rabaul Raid, pp. 12-13
            9. Fall Out For An Interview by Sgt. Ray Duncan, p. 14
            10. The Cairo Conference, pp. 15-16
            11. Camp News, p. 17
            12. Mail Call, p. 18
            13. Pfc. Shea's Merriest Christmas by Sgt. Joe McCarthy, pp. 19-20
            14. The Poets Cornered, p. 21
            15. Post Exchange, p. 22
            16. Six Enlisted Men On GI All-American, pp. 23-24
          14. [+]
            December 31, 1943 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. "Fighting 69th" in Invasion of Makin by Cpl. Larry McManus, pp. 2-4
            2. The Great Cigarette Mystery by Sgt. Earl Anderson, p. 5
            3. Lost in Head-Hunter Country by Sgt. Bob Ghio, pp. 6-7
            4. German Notes on Winter Use of Infantry Weapons, pp. 8-9
            5. A GI View of the Teheran Conference by Sgt. Al Hine and Cpl. James P. O'Neill, pp. 10-11
            6. Variety Show, pp. 12-13
            7. What's Your Problem?, p. 14
            8. Washington O.P., p. 15
            9. Camp News, pp. 16-17
            10. Mail Call, p. 18
            11. 1st Sgt. Santa Claus by Sgt. Ray Duncan, pp. 19-21
            12. Post Xchange, p. 22
            13. Sports, pp. 23-24
      2. [+]
        Issues of 1944 = 51 Issues, 742 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1945 = 52 Issues, 691 Articles