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A little piece of history for your home…

Yank: The Army Weekly
December 21, 1945
Volume 4, Number 27
By and for men in the service

Turn back the pages of time as you flip through this vintage magazine. Published by the United States military during World War II, this weekly magazine was written by enlisted rank soldiers and was made available to the soldiers, sailors and airmen serving overseas. The magazine included news articles, the G.I. Joe cartoons, the Sad Sack cartoons, and a pin-up girl in each issue (popular stage and screen stars of the time).

This magazine would make a perfect gift for the military man or woman in your life!

Size: 10.25 x 13.75 inches
Pages: 23

Articles Include:

Washington Faces the Peace
Capital Faces…
Crowded Washington
Geisha Girl
Was Air Power Decisive?
GI Pearl Divers
The Duel
Draft Board
And more!

Pin-Up Girl: Martha Holliday


Good. Cover and pages are clean and intact, though the cover is torn.

Yank Magazine The Army Weekly December 21, 1945


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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