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    • August 5, 1944 Issue - 21 Articles
    • Keep Up with the World, pp. 6-7
    • The Week's Work, pp. 8-10
    • Revolt in Canada, p. 11
      Mackenzie King must face the threat of socialism at the polls
    • The Long Way Home, pp. 12-13
      Awaiting parenthood, a young couple finds a new interest in ancestors
    • The Wounded Come Home, pp. 14-15
      Under the sign of the red cross, the white ship returns to London with its precious fre...
    • Danger in Paradise, second of four parts, pp. 16-17
    • Boy Meets Goat, p. 18
      A soldier's romantic dilemma is resolved by his four-footed friend
    • Pin-Up Boy in Silks, p. 19
      Jockey Fermane has the edge on Swooner Sinatra with the bobby-sox brigade
    • Sooner or Later, p. 20
      The Army wife must wear her courage as a queen wears a crown
    • The Woman Nobody Knows, p. 21
      Frances Perkins is Washington's most mis-understood official
    • Spars Afloat, pp. 22-23
      The Coast Guard sees that its bathing beauties learn to swim
    • "D" Day's Back Room, pp. 24-26
      The secrets of the ASC's control office would fascinate the enemy
    • Glide into Death, pp. 27-33
      The Germans prepared a deathtrap for our gliders
    • Fury in Fur, pp. 34-37
      The rat turns tail when faced with its enemy, the ferret
    • The Amateurs, pp. 38-40
      Nazi treachery comes as a surprise to the old Cape Cod clam-digger
    • G.I. Japyank, pp. 41-52
      Our Japanese-American soldiers proved themselves on the Italian front
    • Wing Talk, pp. 53-72
    • Pilot Paradise, pp. 73-75
      Airmen turned cow-hands lose their war neverse on Hawaiian ranches
    • The Short Short Story, pp. 76-85
      The Trap
    • Editorials, pp. 86-88
      Two Anniversaries
      Conserve the Everglades
    • Cover