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Basic training instructions of WWII an Illustrated Guide: In WWII, giving basic training to soldiers was a massive and unparalleled undertaking. In 1939, the year Hitler’s Armies invaded Poland, the American military numbered 334,000 Army, Navy […]

Venereal Disease in WWII: The Sad Story of Old Joe In WWII, venereal disease was a common but often unmentioned problem faced by soldiers and military commanders. From 1942-1945, the Army recorded 881,386 cases of syphilis […]

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Rescue at Truk – From YANK Magazine

Posted on April 5th, 2016 by:

Rescue at Truk By Sgt. Larry McManus Yank Staff correspondent Pearl Harbor- A submarine, many people believe, is a sleek, stealthy craft devoted to the science of destruction and manned by pallid sailors who consider a […]

La Haye du Puits, France – The Fighting in the Town: By Sgt. Walter Peters Yank Staff Correspondent The G-2 colonel at corps headquarters told us that La Haye du Puits was successfully occupied this morning, […]

Guide for Guarding POW’s and Prisoners: During WWII, the Allies took millions of POW’s (Prisoners of War) on all fronts. An estimated 40,000-50,000 Japanese POW’s throughout the campaigns in the Pacific and from November 1942 to […]

Fraternization in Germany from YANK Magazine

Posted on March 22nd, 2016 by:

FRATERNIZATION By YANK Staff Correspondents: The recently deceased and little-mourned Non-Fraternization Act probably set off the loudest and most engaging international discussion of sex since Adam discovered Eve had not been placed in the Garden purely […]

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