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JERRY LEWIS GUN COLLECTION TO BE AUCTIONED OFF Iconic comedian Jerry Lewis apparently was also a huge gun collector. TMZ is reporting that everything from shotguns to civil war pistols owned by the comedian will be […]

STARS AND STRIPES ORPHAN S’ FUND PASSES £62,000 From the July 11, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes With a bomb group represented by Chaplain Clarence R. Comfort Jr. sending in £100 to complete the sponsorship of […]

NAZI PLAN TO INVADE U.S. FROM MEXICO UNFOLDED TO SENATORS From the July 12, 1944 edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, July 11–Adolf Hitler had a complete plan in 1940 for attacking the U.S. from Mexico, […]

LINE OF DUTY – SOLDIER ACCIDENTLY FALLS ON HIS BAYONET By Pfc. Raymond Boyle They brought in this tech, a kid of 20, with a penetrating wound–a bayonet thrust in the right upper quadrant of the […]

WILLIAM HITLER – THE NEPHEW OF A NAZI DICTATOR In 1944, a man in his early thirties enlisted in the US Navy. There was nothing unusual about the event except that the man’s name was William […]

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WATCH YOUR STEP, GENTS, WACs ARE OUT GUNNING

Posted on March 21st, 2018 by:

WATCH YOUR STEP, GENTS, WACs ARE OUT GUNNING By Selma Chapmond Stars and Stripes Staff Writer From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WITH THE WACS ON THE RIFLE RANGE, July 11–A group […]

ATTACKS BY V1 BUZZ-BOMBS CONTINUE ON SOUTHERN ENGLAND From the July 24, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes With few interludes, the Germans continued their robot-bomb attacks on London and Southern England over the weekend, causing […]

NELSON-MILITARY ROW MAY GO TO FDR FOR EDICT- WPB Chief’s Plan to Start Civilian Output Heads For a Showdown From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, July 11–WPB Chief Donald M. Nelson’s […]

US GOVERNMENT SEEK TO REPATRIATE SICK AND WOUNDED AMERICAN PRISONERS HELD BY JAPANESE From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, July 11–Proceedings to repatriate sick and wounded Americans being held prisoners by […]

A GI COMPLAINS ABOUT THE VALUE OF THE DISCHARGE BUTTON Dear YANK: The purpose of this letter is a protest against the present veterans’ discharge lapel button now being issued, which in my opinion is entirely […]

U.S. TO PAY STORK’S BILL FOR 500,000 WIVES OF GIs From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, July 11–Uncle Sam will pay the hospital expenses, &c, for the wives of about a […]

A G.I. WOLF – SOLDIER POETRY FROM YANK MAGAZINE By Pvt. Edwin L. Brock – Will Rogers Field, Okla. If he parks his little flivver Down beside a moonlight river And you feel he’s all aquiver— […]

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FOOD PLIGHT DESPERATE , VICHY OFFICIAL DECLARES

Posted on December 29th, 2017 by:

FOOD PLIGHT DESPERATE , VICHY OFFICIAL DECLARES From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes A desperate situation in the food supplies of France, and of Paris in particular, was revealed by the Vichy […]

THIRD OF NATION PHYSICALLY UNFIT, HERSHEY SAYS–Draft Chief Cites a Need For Funds, Measures to Correct Situation From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, July 11–One-third of the nation’s manpower is physically […]

CHINA’S PLIGHT ACUTE–WARNS VICE PRESIDENT HENRY WALLACE From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes Vice-President Henry A. Wallace, back from a trip to the Far East, yesterday described China’s military situation as “very […]

FDR STATES HE’LL ACCEPT A 4TH TERM – ASSOCIATED PRESS, UNITED PRESS ANNOUNCE Mr. ROOSEVELT’S DECISION From the July 12, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON, JULY 11–President Roosevelt will run for a fourth term, […]

AMERICAN VETERANS OF FRENCH BATTLES VISITED BY SECRETARY OF WAR HENRY STIMSON From the July 14, 1944 Edition of Stars and Stripes A BRITISH PORT, July 13–Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson talked to American troops […]

PRO STATIONS OPEN IN REICH BUT FRATERNIZING BAN STANDS By Peter Lisagor Stars and Stripes Staff Writer TWELFTH ARMY GROUP HQ., June 5.–Establishment of prophylactic stations in Germany was not regarded “as any relaxation of non-fraternization […]

DISHONORABLE DISCHARGE – A GI QUESTIONS THE FUTURE OF SOLDIERS WHO RECEIVED THEM Dear YANK: It has been said that the military prisoner may become the forgotten soldier. Now we’re not considering the man who is […]

I COULD’VE BEEN A LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND A DOCTOR By Sgt. Ray Duncan, Camp Davis, N.C. In the spring of ’42, when my friends and neighbors began breathing hot on my neck, I wrote a hasty […]

THOSE MPs IN THE PERSIAN GULF COMMAND ARE REMARKABLE GUYS, YEA VERILY By Sgt. Al Hine YANK Staff Correspondent PERSIAN GULF COMMAND —It happened in Iran. It actually happened. I seen it. It was about 8 […]


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