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Yank Magazine Archives
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  • Yank Magazine
    Total Archives: 4 Years, 182 Issues, 2,581 Articles, 4,376pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
      = 4 Years, 182 Issues, 2,581 Articles
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      Year 1942
      1. Yank Magazine,
        June 17, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        F.D.R.: Why We Fight
      2. Yank Magazine,
        June 24, 1942 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
        2nd Front Next!
      3. Yank Magazine,
        July 1, 1942 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
        Name C-I-C for 2nd Front
      4. Yank Magazine,
        July 8, 1942 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
        G-Men Crack Spy Plot
      5. Yank Magazine,
        July 15, 1942 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
        We Take 1st Poke at Nazis
      6. Yank Magazine,
        July 22, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Japs Trimmed to Size
      7. Yank Magazine,
        July 29, 1942 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
        Women Now in Army
      8. Yank Magazine,
        August 5, 1942 Issue, 18 Articles, 24pp
        A.A.F. Fighters Over France
      9. Yank Magazine,
        August 12, 1942 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
        Europe Awaits 2d Front
      10. Yank Magazine,
        August 19, 1942 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
        A.E.F. Wants Action
      11. Yank Magazine,
        August 26, 1942 Issue, 17 Articles, 24pp
        U.S. Hits Nazis in France
      12. Yank Magazine,
        September 2, 1942 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
        4th War Year Promising
      13. Yank Magazine,
        September 9, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Story of Our 1st Offensive
      14. Yank Magazine,
        September 16, 1942 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
        Egypt Too Hot for Hitler
      15. Yank Magazine,
        September 23, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        She Got 309 Nazis
      16. Yank Magazine,
        September 30, 1942 Issue, 16 Articles, 24pp
        Eagles Fly Home
      17. Yank Magazine,
        October 7, 1942 Issue, 13 Articles, 24pp
        Scoreboard
      18. Yank Magazine,
        October 14, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Toughest Birds in the AEF
      19. Yank Magazine,
        October 21, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Kid Skips School, Joins AEF
      20. Yank Magazine,
        October 28, 1942 Issue, 12 Articles, 24pp
        Defenders of Guadalcanal Hold Off Jap Invaders
      21. Yank Magazine,
        November 4, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Marine Issue
      22. Yank Magazine,
        November 11, 1942 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
        Convoy Guardian
      23. Yank Magazine,
        November 18, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Rehearsal for Africa
      24. Yank Magazine,
        November 25, 1942 Issue, 13 Articles, 24pp
        Technician
      25. Yank Magazine,
        December 2, 1942 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
        Air Force Issue
      26. Yank Magazine,
        December 9, 1942 Issue, 13 Articles, 24pp
        Information Booth
      27. Yank Magazine,
        December 16, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Can You Get Your Old Job Back?
        Read Attorney Gen. Biddle's Answer
      28. Yank Magazine,
        December 23, 1942 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
        Bombs Over Burma
      29. Yank Magazine,
        December 30, 1942 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
        Mule Packer
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      1. Yank Magazine
        , June 9, 1944, pp. 6-7 - PDF
      2. Yank Magazine
        , August 27, 1943, pp. 5-7 - PDF
      3. Yank Magazine
        , December 8, 1944, pp. 12-13 - PDF
      4. Yank Magazine
        , December 10, 1943, pp. 19-20 - PDF
      5. Yank Magazine
        , March 24, 1944, pp. 3-4 - PDF
      6. Yank Magazine
        , January 12, 1945, pp. 16-17 - PDF
      7. Yank Magazine
        , October 13, 1944, p. 15 - PDF
      8. Yank Magazine
        , May 26, 1944, p. 22 - PDF
      9. Yank Magazine
        , October 13, 1944, pp. 10-11 - PDF
      10. Yank Magazine
        , December 1, 1944, p. 15 - PDF
      11. Yank Magazine
        , September 3, 1943, p. 16 - PDF
      12. Yank Magazine
        , April 16, 1943, p. 18 - PDF
      13. Yank Magazine
        , February 25, 1944, pp. 8-9 - PDF
      14. Yank Magazine
        , February 23, 1945, pp. 8-10 - PDF
      15. Yank Magazine
        , July 21, 1944, pp. 8-10 - PDF
      16. Yank Magazine
        , September 10, 1943, pp. 2-5 - PDF