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    • September 8, 1945 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • Wing Talk, pp. 8-10
    • Air Power---Today and Tomorrow, pp. 11-12
      First of two parts. An expert tells how the Luftwaffe almost won the war, and explains ...
    • This Is for Real, p. 13
      He claimed he wasn't a hero, but a girl helped him prove his courage
    • Warriors' Paradise, pp. 14-15
      The Riviera---where G.I.'s live in style to which they are unaccustomed
    • The New Boy, pp. 16-17
      She tried taking on the new love before she was off with the old
    • Crazy Over 'Chases, p. 18
      The sport of kings is more of a gamble when the jumpers race
    • The First Telechrome, p. 19
      The latest in magazine photographic reproduction---a color photo of the Big Three sent ...
    • Where's All the Sugar?, p. 20
      Consider the uses to which sugar is put in wartime, and you won't be surprised there's ...
    • It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog, p. 21
      The Serial Story, Conclusion
    • Tomorrow's Navy, pp. 22-23
      Models of future warships are being tested in a new kind of workshop
    • Brother Leatherneck, pp. 24-25
      He left a monastery to join the Marines and fight on a Pacific beachhead
    • Work of Art, pp. 26-32
      The Short Short Story
    • They See Without Looking, pp. 33-47
      Service Center girls are working miracles for battle-scarred veterans
    • G.I. Ideas, pp. 48-54
      The Army's "technical detectives" save American lives by stealing the enemy's tricks
    • The Man Without a Climate, pp. 55-57
      Something besides the sunshine called him back to California
    • Right as Rain, pp. 58-77
      It took one man to make a mess of Lou's life---and two to straighten it out
    • Your New Fur Coat, pp. 78-80
      The chemist treats lambskin with plastic, and lo, it comes up fur!
    • The Week's Work, p. 81
    • Editorials, pp. 82-84
      More About the OPA; Will Your Gift Get There?; What Youth Do You Mean, Doc?
    • Cover