Vol. 4, #4 "Crawling Onto Bougainville, V-Mail - The GI's Lifeline"

By: 310 Publishing

Type: Magazine

Product Line: America in WWII Magazine

Last Stocked on 12/6/2012

Product Info

Title
Vol. 4, #4 "Crawling Onto Bougainville, V-Mail - The GI's Lifeline"
Publisher
Category
Sub-category
Publish Year
2008
Pages
72
Dimensions
8.5x11x.2"
NKG Part #
2147395233
Type
Magazine

Description

Crawling onto Bougainville
Smashed ashore by waves, US marines and gutsy Seabees edged into a miserable jungle full of enemies. Axis Japan would pay for their trouble. By Eric Ethier

V-mail: The GI's lifeline
Fast, inexpensive V-mail made it relatively easy to keep American men and women serving overseas connected to home. By David A. Norris.

Chesapeake Bay D-day
US troops and tanks splashed ashore to invade not France, not Africa, but Maryland in massive practice landings for the real D-days. By Joe Razes

Kids in uniform
Some lucky kids on the home front found snappy, authentic-looking play uniforms under the Christmas tree--in just their size!

Vinegar Joe versus everybody else
General Joseph Stilwell was a soldier, not a diplomat. In his China-Burma-India theater, he called a fool a fool--and that was his undoing. By Richard Sassaman

To top it off, visit the home of Wisconsin's surprising WWII freshwater submarines!

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