YANK Magazine, World War II, 6 April 1945
This Week's Cover
This is 1st Lt. Elizobeth Boborcik of New Cumberland, Ohio, now stationed on the Western Front. In the service for 19 months, she is one of thousands who rate very high with GIs for their work.
Nearing the end of World War II, The 6 April 1945 Issue of YANK features a story on the Ninth Army's Break-Trough to the Rhine.
Selected Articles and Photographs
- Roer to RhineBy Sgt. Ralph G. Martin
- IWO:D+8 By Sgt. Bill Reed
- Yanks at Home and Abroad
- Why Ain't They in Uniform By CpI. Hyman Goldberg
- 10th Mountain Division By Cpl. George Barrett
- Burma Hermits By Sgt. Walter Peters
- People On The Home Front By Pfc. Debs Myers
- The Reconversion of Sgt. McDougall By S/Sgt. Gordon Crowe
- Scenes On A World War II Era Aircraft Carrier - The Flat-Top
- Cindy Garner YANK Pin-up Girl
- Army Camp News - April 1945
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PHOTO CREDITS. Cover—Sgt. Reg Kenny. 2—Top. Signal Corps; lower. IN P. 3—Acme. 4—Upper. Signal Corps: others. Aeme. 6—Left. CpI. Lon Wilson; right. INP. 7—Pvt. George Aarons. 8—Sgt. Donald Breimhurst. 9—Left. Sgt. Breimhurst: right, Pfe. Werner Wolff. 10 L II—Sgt. Marvin Kirsten. Signal Corps. 12 & 13—CpI. Wilson. 15—Upper left. Signal Corps; upper right. Pueblo Ordnance Depot; lower right. WD BPR WAC Group. IS—Chi¬cago Sun. 20—Selznick International. 21—Pvt. Aarons. 23—Aeme.