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WWII Newsmaps

The University of North Texas have digitized a wide array of the U.S. Army Newsmaps, in their collection of Federal Newsmaps. To see the originals at IU-B, contact staff in Government Information, Maps and Microform Services, C264 IUB Wells Library, 812-855-6924, or by email at: libet2@indiana.edu.




The Newsmaps were received as depository items in the 1940's and are available upon request. Because of their fragile nature today, they are housed in our secure area. Please contact ET2 before your visit so we can have them available.


Newsmaps were published by the Special Service Division, Army Service Forces, War Department. The issues were prepared and distributed by the Army Orientation Course. One standard feature that appears on all maps is a short textual summary of key events titled "The War Fronts," that includes descriptions of war-related events, mostly by geographic area, such as China, Russia, Tunisia, South Pacific, Aleutians, Wake, etc. Quite often supplementary map inserts show the principal theatres of conflict, e.g. a portion of the Eastern Front or the Solomon Islands. There are also many photographs. Some of them depict Axis soldiers and weapons.


Another standard feature is a world map that shows the areas controlled by Axis and United Nations forces, as well as neutral countries. Until Nov. 1942, when Axis troops occupied Vichy- France, the area controlled by the Vichy government (including all colonial possessions) was depicted separately (in a different color). Most Newsmaps include other types of information on the back page. Early issues often highlighted enemy weapons or insignia. Later, large detailed maps of one of the principal theaters of conflict became more common. The earlier Newsmaps always included a front page photo essay that highlighted a theme, a feature that disappeared in late 1942. Later all the space on the front page was devoted to The War Fronts feature.


Beginning with the Iwo Jima issue (Feb. 1945) additional changes took place. In subsequent editions of Newsmaps text was usually cut down to a minimum even on the front page. Much of this space was used for more attractive lay-out features. As a consequence all subsequent issues of Newsmaps look more like posters. In the fall of 1945 demobilization and repatriation emerged as the major issues of concern. Some issues of Newsmaps are entirely devoted to this theme. There is also information about life insurance, college, employment, and making the transition to civilian life. Other issues analyze the new world order that emerged in the aftermath of World War II. They focus on war crimes trials, U.S. occupation policies in Germany and Japan, U.S. foreign policy commitments, the future role of the United Nations, conferences of Allied leaders. There are also for the first time features that are primarily celebratory and emphasize the achievements of the Marine Corps, Army combat divisions, U.S. military leaders, etc.


Call Number Date Title
W 109.107: v.1,no.1 1942 April 17 - 24, 1942 Training of Airborne Infantry
W 109.107: v.1,no.2 1942 April 24 - May 1, 1942 Training of U.S. Army Glider Pilots 
W 109.107: v.1,no.3 1942 May 1 - May 8, 1942 Cavalry Regiment Changes Mounts to Steady Steel
W 109.107: v.1,no.4 1942 May 8 - May 15, 1942 British Troops Practice Street Fighting Tactics
W 109.107: v.1,no.5 1942  May 15 - May 22, 1942 RAF Salvages Wrecked Planes from Desert
W 109.107: v.1,no.6 1942 May 22 - May 29, 1942 Training for Motor Torpedo Boat Service/Jap Ground Forces
W 109.107: v.1,no.7 1942 May 29 - June 5, 1942 Producing the Big Seacoast Rifles/Enemy Tanks Are Vulnerable
W 109.107: v.1,no.8 1942 June 5 - June 12, 1942 The Russian Front/A Gruppe is the Basic Unit of the German Infantry
W 109.107: v.1,no.9 1942 June 12 - 19, 1942 Jungle Fighting; Swimming Through Flames/Russia Has Held the Nazis since June 22
W 109.107: v.1,no.10 1942 June 19 - 26, 1942 The Battle Along the Atlantic/These Are the Principal Combat Ships
W 109.107: v.1,no.11 1942 June 26 - July 2, 1942 Production Hits Its Stride; British Weapons
W 109.107: v.1,no.12 1942 July 3 - 10, 1942 Southwest Fighting Bases
W 109.107: v.1,no.13 1942  July 10 - 17, 1942 Seagoing Tractor on Test; Wing, Engine, Fuselage, Tail
W 109.107: v.1,no.14 1942 July 17 - 24, 1942 U. S. Tanks in Australia/Tanks of the British Army
W 109.107: v.1,no.15 1942 July 24 - 31, 1942 Stingers on the Flying Fortress
W 109.107: v.1,no.16 1942 July 31 - Aug. 7, 1942 U. S. Army’s Troopship of the Skies/This Is Aid to Russia
W 109.107: v.1,no.17 1942 Aug. 7 - 14, 1942 Club for U. S. Forces in London/British Battle Dress
W 109.107: v.1,no.18 1942 Aug. 14 - 21, 1942 War in the Heart of Africa; China’s Cadets
W 109.107: v.1,no.19 1942 Aug. 21 - 28, 1942 Airborne Command Lands
W 109.107: v.1,no.20 1942 Aug. 28 - Sept. 4, 1942 Tanks Train in the U. S. Deserts/Russian Armored Vehicles
W 109.107: v.1,no.21 1942 Sept. 4 - 11, 1942 U.S. Marines Toughen Up Each Other/Globes Give a True Picture of the World/Landing Operations: Solomons, Europe
W 109.107: v.1,no.22 1942 Sept. 11 - 18, 1942 Blimps Hunt Subs; Somewhere in Alaska
W 109.107: v.1,no.23 1942 Sept. 18 - 25, 1942 Jap Midget Starts New Mission; Jungle Fighting
W 109.107: v.1,no.24 1942 Sept. 25 - Oct. 2, 1942 Guiding Plane Back Home to Roost
W 109.107: v.1,no.25 1942  Oct. 2 - 9, 1942 Paratroopers Train for Action; Convoy
W 109.107: v.1,no.26 1942 Oct. 9 - 16, 1942 Alaska Road in Use by December / Airborne Command
W 109.107: v.1,no.27 1942 Oct. 16 - 23, 1942 Freight Cars with Wings; Foxholes Are Life Savers
W 109.107: v.1,no.28 1942 Oct. 23 - 30, 1942 Port Moresby, New Guinea / There Is no All-Purpose Plane
W 109.107: v.1,no.29 1942 Oct. 30 - Nov. 6, 1942 Own Weapons Turned on Japanese / Desert Destroyers
W 109.107: v.1,no.30 1942 Nov. 6 - 13, 1942 Tanks Land for Beach Operation; Why We Fight
W 109.107: v.1,no.31 1942 Nov. 13 - 20, 1942 North Africa: The March Westward / Winning Friends - Helping People
W 109.107: v.1,no.32 1942 Nov. 20 - 27, 1942 Unloading in North Africa; Aircraft Insignia
W 109.107: v.1,no.33 1942 Nov. 27 - Dec. 4, 1942 Stalingrad Strikes Back / The Battleground of North Africa
W 109.107: v.1,no.34 1942 Dec.4 - 11, 1942 Convoy to Africa; Antiaircraft Artillery
W 109.107: v.1,no.35 1942 Dec. 11 - 18, 1942 Yanks Advance on Japs in New Guinea / 1942: A Milestone in the Development of Infantry / For Yanks Dreaming of a White Christmas
W 109.107: v.1,no.36 1942 Dec. 18 - 25, 1942 British Keep Rolling West in Libya
W 109.107: v.1,no.37 1942 Dec. 25, 1942 - Jan. 1, 1943 Along the Road to Tunisia / The Nerve System of the Army / Learn to Recognize These Vehicles
W 109.107: v.1,no.38 1943 Jan. 1 - 8, 1943 Waiting for Action on a U. S. Carrier
W 109.107: v.1,no.39 1943 Jan. 8 - 15, 1943 Navy Scout Boards Its Cruiser / Learn to Recognize These Vehicles
W 109.107: v.1,no.40 1943 Jan. 15 - 22, 1943 Jap Ships Feel U. S. Air Blows / Italian Navy Uniforms and Insignia
W 109.107: v.1,no.41 1943 Jan. 22 - 29, 1943 New Rubber Raft for Bombers / Soviet Infantry
W 109.107: v.1,no.42 1943 Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 1943 The World at War 
W 109.107: v.1,no.43 1943 Feb. 5 - 13, 1943 Vital Supply: Water for the Eighth Army / German Army Uniforms and Insignia
W 109.107: v.1,no.44 1943 Feb. 12 - 19, 1943 Light Tanks and Self-Propelled Weapons
W 109.107: v.1,no.45 1943 Feb. 19 - 26, 1943 Learn to Recognize These Vehicles
W 109.107: v.1,no.46 1943 Feb. 26 - Mar. 5, 1943 Kriegsmarine Uniforms and Insignia
W 109.107: v.1,no.47 1943 Mar. 5 - 12, 1943 Learn to Recognize These Vehicles 
W 109.107: v.1,no.48 1943 Mar. 12 - 19, 1943 Military Courtesy 
W 109.107: v.1,no.49 1943 Mar. 19 - 26, 1943 Gas 
W 109.107: v.1,no.50 1943 Mar.26 - Apr. 2, 1943 British Aircraft
W 109.107: v.1,no.51 1943 Apr. 2 - 9, 1943 The Marine Corps: A Unified Fighting Force
W 109.107: v.1,no.52 1943 Apr. 9 - 16, 1943 Tunisia and the central Mediterranean
W 109.107: v.2,no.1 1943 Apr. 16 - 23, 1943 2nd Volume The War Fronts: Tunisia, Raid on Japan / Doolittle’s Raid of Apr. 18, 1942, Southwest Pacific, Italy, Air Offensive, Russia and Aleutians; Dig or Die: Foxholes
W 109.107: v.2,no.2 1943 Apr. 23 - 30, 1943 The War Fronts: Tunisia, Command, Air Offensive,Russia, Southwest Pacific, Aleutians; Don’t Help the Enemy
W 109.107: v.2,no.3 1943 Apr. 30 - May 7, 1943 You May Be Eligible for the Army Specialized Training Program; Clearing Mine Fields in Tunisia 
W 109.107: v.2,no.4 1943 May 7 - 14, 1943 So He Can Fight 
W 109.107: v.2,no.5 1943 May 13 - 20, 1943 The Not-So-Soft Underside
W 109.107: v.2,no.6 1943 May 20 - 27, 1943 You Can Crack that Tank 
W 109.107: v.2,no.7 1943 May 27 - June 3, 1943 Secret Weapons Are the Little Drops of Information / You Could Give Away
W 109.107: v.2,no.8 1943 June 3 - 10, 1943 The Making of a U. S. Bluejacket 
W 109.107: v.2,no.9 1943 June 10 - 17, 1943 Disease in the Tropics
W 109.107: v.2,no.10 1943 June 17 - 24, 1943 Gliders: Weapons of War
W 109.107: v.2,no.11 1943 June 24 - July 1, 1943 Abandon Ship 
W 109.107: v.2,no.12 1943 July 1 - 8, 1943 Battle Area on the Eastern Front 
W 109.107: v.2,no.13 1943 July 8 -15, 1943  Gas 
W 109.107: v.2,no.14 1943 July 15 - 22, 1943 Pacific and Far East 
W 109.107: v.2,no.15 1943 July 22 - 29, 1943 Failure to Recognize Destroyed Our Own Tank 
W 109.107: v.2,no.16 1943 July 29 - Aug. 5, 1943 The Long Tough Fight Ahead Beyond Sunny Italy 
W 109.107: v.2,no.17 1943 Aug. 5 - 12, 1943 Jap Aircraft 
W 109.107: v.2,no.18 1943 Aug. 12 - 19, 1943 China’s Army Is a Seasoned Military Force 
W 109.107: v.2,no.19 1943 Aug. 19 - 26, 1943 Weapons of the German Infantry Division
W 109.107: v.2,no.20 1943 Aug. 26 - Sept. 2, 1943 Typical German Infantry Division 
W 109.107: v.2,no.21 1943 Sept. 2 - 9, 1943 Something Money Can’t Buy 
W 109.107: v.2,no.22 1943 Sept. 9 - 16, 1943 Battleground Italy 
W 109.107: v.2,no.23 1943 Sept. 16 - 23, 1943 Progress of the War 
W 109.107: v.2,no.24 1943 Sept. 23 - 30, 1943 A Mournful Melody
W 109.107: v.2,no.25 1943 Sept. 30 - Oct. 7, 1943 Typical German Infantry Regiment
W 109.107: v.2,no.26 1943 Oct. 7 - 14, 1943 Target Tokyo
W 109.107: v.2,no.27 1943 Oct. 14 - 21, 1943 Target Berlin
W 109.107: v.2,no.28 1943 Oct. 21 - 28, 1943 Northern Italy
W 109.107: v.2,no.29 1943 Oct. 28 - Nov. 4, 1943 This Is Ann... She Drinks Blood
W 109.107: v.2,no.30 1943 Nov. 4 - 11, 1943 U.S. Army Decorations and Awards
W 109.107: v.2,no.31 1943 Nov. 11 - 18, 1943 The World
W 109.107: v.2,no.32 1943 Nov. 18 - 25, 1943 Surprise: A Powerful Weapon
W 109.107: v.2,no.33 1943 Nov. 25 - Dec. 2, 1943 Sentinels Must Know the Eleven General Orders
W 109.107: v.2,no.34 1943 Dec. 2 - 9, 1943 A Sign to Comradeship
W 109.107: v.2,no.35 1943 Dec. 9 - 16, 1943 Tarawa: The Battle for the Gilberts
W 109.107: v.2,no.36 1943 Dec. 16 - 22, 1943 Land of the Setting Sun
W 109.107: v.2,no.37 1944 Dec. 22 - 29, 1943 Map of Eastern New Guinea and Bismarck Archipelago
W 109.107: v.2,no.38 1944 Dec. 29, 1943 - Jan. 5, 1944 Courageous Care: Army Nurse Corps
W 109.107: v.2,no.39 1944 Jan. 6 - 13, 1944 Southeast Asia
W 109.107: v.2,no.40/supp. 1944 Jan. 13 - 20, 1944 German Army Uniforms {BACK SIDE OF PUBLICATION}
W 109.107: v.2,no.40 1944 Jan. 13 - 20, 1944 German Army Uniforms
W 109.107: v.2,no.41 1944 Jan. 20 - 27, 1944 France
W 109.107: v.2,no.42/supp 1944 Jan. 27 - Feb. 3, 1944 Jap Army Uniforms {BACK SIDE OF PUBLICATION}
W 109.107: v.2,no.42 1944 Jan. 27 - Feb. 3, 1944 Jap Army Uniforms
W 109.107: v.2,no.43 1944 Feb. 3 - 10, 1944 Central Italy
W 109.107: v.2,no.44 1944 Feb. 10 - 17, 1944 Landing Craft
W 109.107: v.2,no.45 1945 Feb. 17 - 24, 1944 In Mein Kampf Hitler Stated
W 109.107: v.2,no.46/supp 1944 Feb. 24 - March 2, 1944 Luftwaffe Uniforms {BACK SIDE OF PUBLICATION}
W 109.107: v.2,no.46 1944 Feb. 24 - March 2, 1944 Luftwaffe Uniforms
W 109.107: v.2,no.47 1944 Mar. 2 - 9, 1944 Photo Essay; Various Themes
W 109.107: v.2,no.48 1944 Mar. 9 - 16, 1944 Europe
W 109.107: v.2,no.49 1944 Mar. 16 - 23, 1944 USS Ranger
W 109.107: v.2,no.50 1944 Mar. 23 - 30, 1944 Southeastern Europe
W 109.107: v.2,no.51 1944 March 30 - April 6, 1944 Northern Burma
W 109.107: v.2,no.52 1944 Apr. 6 - 13, 1944 Are the Folks at Home Backing Us Up? Yes
W 109.107: v.3,no.1 1944 Apr. 13- 20, 1944 3rd Volume Smoke
W 109.107: v.3,no.2 1944 Apr. 20 - 27, 1944 Memorandum for the Armed Forces: Home Front Production
W 109.107: v.3,no.3 1944 Apr. 27 - May 4, 1944 Four Approaches to Japan
W 109.107: v.3,no.4 1944 May 4 - 11, 1944 Moscow to Berlin
W 109.107: v.3,no.5 1944 May 11 - 18, 1944 Your Battleship and Her Requirements
W 109.107: v.3,no.6 1944 May 18 - 25, 1944 New Guinea
W 109.107: v.3,no.7 1944 May 25 - June 1, 1944 Air Commandos
W 109.107: v.3,no.8 1944 June 1 - 8, 1944 The Battle-Line Is Where The Infantry Is
W 109.107: v.3,no.9 1944 June 8 -15, 1944 Germany and Adjacent Areas
W 109.107: v.3,no.10 1944 June 15 - 22, 1944 Far East
W 109.107: v.3,no.11 1944 June 22 - 29, 1944 Teamwork
W 109.107: v.3,no.12 1944 June 29 - July 6, 1944 The Po Valley
W 109.107: v.3,no.13 1944 July 6 - 13, 1944 Japan and Adjacent Regions
W 109.107: v.3,no.14 1944 July 13 - 20, 1944 Saipan
W 109.107: v.3,no.15 1944 July 20 - 27, 1944 Europe as Viewed from the U.S.S.R. 
W 109.107: v.3,no.16 1944 July 27 - Aug. 3, 1944 The Amphibs
W 109.107: v.3,no.17 1944 Aug. 2 - 9, 1944 Let This Do Your Talking: Silence Means Security
W 109.107: v.3,no.18 1944 Aug. 9 - 16, 1944 Philippine Islands
W 109.107: v.3,no.19 1944 Aug. 16 - 23, 1944 One Way To Blow Your Top
W 109.107: v.3,no.20 1944 Aug. 23 - 30, 1944 Celebes: Netherlands Indies
W 109.107: v.3,no.21 1944 Aug. 30 - Sept. 6, 1944 Crew: 147,142 Men and Women 
W 109.107: v.3,no.22 1944 Sept. 6 - 13, 1944 Conquest and Liberation of France
W 109.107: v.3,no.23 1944 Sept. 13 - 20, 1944 Mindanao: Philippine Islands
W 109.107: v.3,no.24 1944 Sept. 20 - 27, 1944 If Each of Us Wastes One Pound of War Material
W 109.107: v.3,no.25 1944 Sept. 27 - Oct. 4, 1944 Dots in the Sky; Dynamite on the Ground
W 109.107: v.3,no.26 1944 Oct. 4 - 11, 1944 Air Technical Service Command
W 109.107: v.3,no.27 1944 Oct. 11 - 18, 1944 The United States and Adjoining Portions of Canada and Mexico
W 109.107: v.3,no.28 1944 Oct. 18 - 25, 1944 Your Versatile Warship Submarine
W 109.107: v.3,no.29 1944 Oct. 25 - Nov. 1, 1944 Rumor! Rumor! Rumor!. Spike It!
W 109.107: v.3,no.30 1944 Nov. 1 - 8, 1944 Post-War Plans!
W 109.107: v.3,no.31 1944 Nov. 8 - 15, 1944 Amphibian Armies
W 109.107: v.3,no.32 1944 Nov. 15 - 22, 1944 Mulberry Secret Floating Harbor 
W 109.107: v.3,no.33 1944 Nov. 22 - 29, 1944 These Guys Are O.K.
W 109.107: v.3,no.34 1944 Nov. 29 - Dec. 6, 1944 Jap Infantry Weapons
W 109.107: v.3,no.36 1944 Dec. 13 -20, 1944 South Burma and Thailand
W 109.107: v.3,no.37 1945 Dec. 20 - 27, 1944 Every Day Be Careful What You Say Or Write
W 109.107: v.3,no.38 1945 Dec. 27, 1944- Jan. 3, 1945 Germany and Its Approaches
W 109.107: v.3,no.39 1945 Jan. 3 - 10, 1945 Duren, Germany Before and After 
W 109.107: v.3,no.40 1945 Jan. 10 - 17, 1945 Malay States and Sumatra
W 109.107: v.3,no.41 1945 Jan. 17 - 24, 1945 That Home of Your Own May Be Only a Dream Now
W 109.107: v.3,no.42 1945 Jan. 24 - 31, 1945 40 Million a Week
W 109.107: v.3,no.43 1945 Jan. 31 - Feb. 7, 1945 Inside Japan
W 109.107: v.3,no.44 1945 Feb. 7 - 14, 1945 The Corps of Military Police
W 109.107: v.3,no.45 1945 Feb. 14 - 21, 1945 The Big Three Crimea Conference
W 109.107: v.3,no.46 1945 Feb. 20 - 27, 1945 What the Army Is Doing to Help the Folks?
W 109.107: v.3,no.47 1945 Feb. 27 - Mar. 6, 1945 Iwo Jima 
W 109.107: v.3,no.48 1945 Mar. 6 - 13, 1945 Pacific and the Far East
W 109.107: v.3,no.49 1945 Mar. 13 - 20, 1945 Some Facts about the U.S.S.R.
W 109.107: v.3,no.50 1945 Mar.20 - 27, 1945 Research and Development
W 109.107: v.3,no.51 1945  March 27 - Apr. 3, 1945 China: Southeast Coast
W 109.107: v.3,no.52 1945 Apr. 3 - 10, 1945 It Will Look Even Bigger After The War
W 109.107: v.4,no.1 1945 Apr. 10 - 17, 1945 4th Volume WAC, 3rd Anniversary
W 109.107: v.4,no.2 1945 Apr. 17 - 24, 1945 United Nations: Geared to Peace and Progress
W 109.107: v.4,no.3 1945 Apr. 24 - May 1, 1945 Japan from Siberia
W 109.107: v.4,no.4 1945 May 1 - 8, 1945 Victory in Europe; This Is Why We Fight
W 109.107: v.4,no.5 1945 May 8 - 15, 1945 Two Down, One To Go!
W 109.107: v.4,no.6 1945 May 15 - 22, 1945 Reconnaissance Aviation
W 109.107: v.4,no.7 1945 May 22 - 29, 1945 Paper Bullets
W 109.107: v.4,no.8 1945 May 29 - June 5, 1945 Ribbons Representing Decorations and Awards
W 109.107: v.4,no.9 1945 June 5 - 12, 1945 Save: Don’t Help Delay V-Day
W 109.107: v.4,no.10 1945 June 12 - 19, 1945 Jap Facts
W 109.107: v.4,no.11 1945 June 19 - 26, 1945 Now, If He Will Just Save Some Money Everything Will Be Ok
W 109.107: v.4,no.12 1945 June 26 - July 3, 1945 Allies Push Closer; Seize!
W 109.107: v.4,no.13 1945 July 3 - 10, 1945 8 Years of War in China
W 109.107: v.4,no.14 1945 July 10 - 17, 1945 The Battle Line
W 109.107: v.4,no.15 1945 July 17 - 24, 1945 Army Air Force
W 109.107: v.4,no.16 1945 July 24 - 31, 1945 Special Devices
W 109.107: v.4,no.17 1945 July 31 - Aug. 7, 1945 Potsdam Briefs, Formosa
W 109.107: v.4,no.18 1945 Aug. 7 - 14, 1945 The Knockout Blow Falls; Advance Base Sectional Docks
W 109.107: v.4,no.19 1945 Aug. 14 - 21, 1945 Japan’s Empire: It’s Advance and Retreat; Please, Get There And Back
W 109.107: v.4,no.20 1945 Aug. 21 - 28, 1945 Yanks Land on Japan; Armed Forces Radio Service
W 109.107: v.4,no.21 1945 Aug. 28 - Sept. 4, 1945 Occupation Begins; The United States Marines
W 109.107: v.4,no.22 1945 Sept. 4 - 11, 1945 Japan: American Troops Invest the Enemy Homeland; Comparison Chart of Non-Commissioned Grades and Ratings of the Armed Forces
W 109.107: v.4,no.23 1945 Sept. 10 - 18, 1945 When Do I Go Home? Shoulder Insignia of United States Army Combat Divisions
W 109.107: v.4,no.24 1945 Sept. 18 - 25, 1945 New Discharge Scores; General Marshall on Demobilization; Important Facts about Your Service Insurance
W 109.107: v.4,no.25 1945 Sept. 25 - Oct. 2, 1945 What Job Are You Best Fitted For? Code for the Conquered
W 109.107: v.4,no.26 1945 Oct. 2 - 9, 1945 The Planned Assault on Japan; World Population
W 109.107: v.4,no.27 1945 Oct. 9 - 16, 1945 The Sun Is Down; The United States We Will Live In
W 109.107: v.4,no.28 1945 Oct. 16 - 23, 1945 The World We Live In; The Berlin Indictment 
W 109.107: v.4,no.29 1945 Oct. 23 - 30, 1945 Air Transport Command; Naval Air Transport Service
W 109.107: v.4,no.30 1945 Oct. 30 - Nov. 6, 1945 Please Don’t Double-Cross Yourself: Save Some of the Hard-Earned Money; Army Plan of Unifying Armed Forces
W 109.107: v.4,no.31 1945 Nov. 6 - 13, 1945 Strategic Concept; The Job Now
W 109.107: v.4,no.32 1945 Nov. 13 - 20, 1945 The Atomic Question; Progress Report on Demobilization
W 109.107: v.4,no.33 1945 Nov. 20 - 27, 1945 Changes in Army and Navy Commands; Where Will the Best Jobs Be?
W 109.107: v.4,no.34 1945 Nov. 27 - Dec. 4, 1945 After Pearl Harbor; Per Person Income Payment
W 109.107: v.4,no.35 1945 Dec. 4 - 11, 1945 U.S. Role in World Affairs
W 109.107: v.4,no.36 1945 Dec. 11 - 18, 1945 Troop Deployment; There Is an Enemy Still to Be Defeated!
W 109.107: v.4,no.37 1945 Dec. 18 - 25, 1945 1945: Year of Victory; If You Plan to Return to High School and College
W 109.107: v.4,no.38 1945 Dec. 25, 1945 - Jan. 1, [1946] Moscow Conference Decisions; Reenlistment
W 109.107: v.4,no.39 1946 Jan. 1 - Jan. 8 1946 End of a Myth; Soldiers' Deposits Pay 4% Interest
W 109.107: v.4,no.40 1946 Jan. 8 - 15, 1946 UNO: 51 Nations Unite for Peace; They Lost Every Ship But Won the Battle
W 109.107: v.4,no.41 1946 Jan. 15 - 22, 1946 Demobilization; A Message from General Eisenhower
W 109.107: v.4,no.42 1946 Jan. 22 - 29, 1946 Operation Crossroads; 45 Years of Service: Army Nurse Corps
W 109.107: v.4,no.43 1946 Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 1946 Unity in China; The World Grows Smaller
W 109.107: v.4,no.44 1946 Feb. 5 - 13, 1946 Iran: Rich Land, Poor Land; What is Your Post-Army Plan
W 109.107: v.4,no.45 1946 Feb. 12 - 19, 1946 The Sea-Air Navy; Let's Not Be Fooled Again
W 109.107: v.4,no.46 1946 Feb. 19 - 26, 1946 U.S. Fights World Famine; [It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us . . .]
W 109.107: v.4,no.47 1946 Feb. 26 - Mar. 5, 1946 UNO Progress Report; For Information - See your I and E Officer
W 109.107: v.4,no.48 1946 Mar. 5 - 12, 1946 Going to School under the Amended GI Bill of Rights; Memorandum to all officers and EM:
W 109.107: v.4,no.49 [n.d.] Job Security Under the Amended GI Bill of Rights
W 109.107: v.4,no. 50 [n.d.] Farm Loans Under the Amended GI Bill of Rights
W 109.107: v.4,no. 51 [n.d.] Wherever you are .. For Information - See Your I and E Officer
W 109.107: v.4,no. 52 [n.d.] The Middle East: A Troop Information Program Map

Overseas Edition

Call Number Date Title
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.12 1943 July 1 - 8, 1943 The War Fronts/ Battle Areas Of The Easter Fronts
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.13 1943 July 8 -15, 1943  The War Fronts / Gas!
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.14 1943 July 15 - 22, 1943 The War Fronts / The Pacific And The Far East
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.15 1943 July 22 - 29, 1943 Sicily: A Pictorial View Of The Invasion / Failure To Recognize Destroyed Our Own Tank… And Also Cost Us A Vehicle And A Crew!
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.16 1943 July 29 - Aug. 5, 1943 The War Fronts / Learn To Recognize These Vehicles
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.17 1943 Aug. 5 - 12, 1943 The War Fronts / Jap Aircraft
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.18 1943 Aug. 12 - 19, 1943 The War Fronts / China's Army Is A Seasoned Military Team
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.19 1943 Aug. 19 - 26, 1943 The War Fronts / Weapons Of The German Infantry Division
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.20 1943 Aug. 26 - Sept. 2, 1943 The War Fronts / Typical Infantry Division
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.21 1943 Sept. 2 - 9, 1943 The War Fronts / Something Money Can't Buy… United States Army Tradition!
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.22 1943 Sept. 9 - 16, 1943 The War Fronts / Aircraft Insignia
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.23 1943 Sept. 16 - 23, 1943 The War Fronts / Progress Of The War… Of Interest To Every American Fighting Man!
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.24 1943 Sept. 23 - 30, 1943 The War Fronts / A Mournful Melody… Or A Dud Dood It Again
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.25 1943 Sept. 30 - Oct. 7, 1943 The War Fronts / Typical German Infantry Regiment
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.26 1943 Oct. 7 - 14, 1943 The War Fronts / Target Tokyo
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.27 1943 Oct. 14 - 21, 1943 The War Fronts / Target Berlin
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.28 1943 Oct. 21 - 28, 1943 The War Fronts / Northern Italy
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.29 1943 Oct. 28 - Nov. 4, 1943 The War Fronts / This Is Ann… And She Drinks Blood!
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.30 1943 Nov. 4 - 11, 1943 The War Fronts / U. S. Army Ribbons Representing Decorations And Awards
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.31 1943 Nov. 11 - 18, 1943 The War Fronts / Battleship "X"
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.32 1943 Nov. 18 - 25, 1943 The War Fronts / Surprise… A Powerful Weapon
W 109.107/2: v.2,no.33 1943 Nov. 25 - Dec. 2, 1943 The War Fronts / Sentinels MUST Know The 11 General Orders
W109.107/2: v.2, no.34 1943 Dec. 2 - 9, 1943 The War Fronts/A Sign to Comradeship
W109.107/2: v.2, no.35 1943 Dec. 9 - 16, 1943 The War Fronts/Tarawa: The Battle for the Gilberts
W109.107/2: v.2, no.36 1943 Dec. 16 - 22, 1943 The War Fronts/Land of the Setting Sun
W109.107/2: v.2, no.37 1943 Dec. 22 - 29, 1943 The War Fronts/[Map of Eastern New Guinea and Bismarck Archipelago]
W109.107/2: v.2, no.38 1944 Dec. 29, 1943 - Jan. 5, 1944 The War Fronts/Courageous Care: Army Nurse Corps
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 39 1944 Jan. 6 - 13, 1944 The War Fronts/Southeast Asia
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 40 1944 Jan. 13 - 20, 1944 The War Fronts/German Army Uniforms
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 41 1944 Jan. 20 - 27, 1944 The War Fronts/France
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 42 1944 Jan. 27 - Feb. 3, 1944 The War Fronts/Jap Army Uniforms
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 43 1944 Feb. 3 - 10, 1944 The War Fronts/Central Italy {GPD also owns smaller size print of the back page showing “Jap Army Uniforms”]
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 44 1944 Feb. 10 - 17, 1944 The War Fronts/Landing Craft
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 45 1944 Feb. 17 - 24, 1944 The War Fronts/In Mein Kampf Hitler stated
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 46 1944 Feb. 24 - March 2, 1944 The War Fronts/Luftwaffe Uniforms [GPD also owns smaller size print of the back page showing “Luftwaffe Uniforms”]
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 47 1944 Mar. 2 - 9, 1944 The War Fronts/[Photo Essay; various themes]
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 48 1944 Mar. 9 - 16, 1944 The War Fronts/Europe
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 49 1944 Mar. 16 - 23, 1944 The War Fronts/USS Ranger
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 50 1944 Mar. 23 - 30, 1944 The War Fronts/Southeastern Europe
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 51 1944 March 30 - April 6, 1944 The War Fronts/Northern Burma
W109.107/2: v.2, no. 52 1944 Apr. 6 - 13, 1944 The War Fronts/Are the Folks at Home Backing Us up? Yes


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