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By the men . . . for the
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Massacre at Malmedy
by Sgt. Ed Cunningham, pp. 2-3 -
Road Out of Town
by S.E.C., pp. 4-5 -
Landing at Ormoc
by Sgt. Bill Alcine, p. 6 -
The Jap Soldier
, p. 7 -
by Cpl. Hyman Goldberg, pp. 8-9 -
, p. 10 -
by Cpl. George Barrett, pp. 11-13 -
, p. 14 -
Ship Me to Hollywood
by S/Sgt. Stanley Margulies, p. 15 -
The Man Who Liked SPAM
by Cpl. Len Zinberg, pp. 16-17 -
, pp. 18-20 -
PT Man on a Destroyer
, p. 21 -
, p. 22 -
by Sgt. Dan Polier, pp. 23-24 -
The Yawkey Air Force
"Race, IQ, and Wealth"
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