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This Week's Cover: "The famous stacks of the Ford plant at River Rouge exchange the olive drab of the war for the bright silver of peace. The new coat of paint symbolizes Detroit's shift from the tools of death to the comforts of civilian life. See pages 8 through 13 for Sgt. Reg Kenny's picture story of Reconversion City."

Table of Contents

Cover picture "Reconversion City -- Detroit"
Occupation Notes by Sgt. Knox Burger
What Do You Really Think of the American Soldier?
People On The Home Front: Omar H. Bradley by Sgt. Merle Miller
The Soldier Speaks: Is Universal Conscription Consistent With World Peace?
Reconversion City: Detroit by Sgt. Reg Kenny
Sad Sack Cartoon
Why I Washed by Pfc. Robert G. Hoyt
PX
GI Reform School by Sgt. Norbert Hofman
Mail Call
Strictly GI
Yank Pinup: Vivian Austin
GI Questions and Answers by Sgt. Max Novack
Yank Fiction: The Wooden Gun by Sgt. Ray Duncan
Sports: The Army Team by Sgt. Frank DeBlois
Back Cover: Cartoons

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25898478M
Internet Archive
1945-11-09YankMagazine
OCLC/WorldCat
1639407
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