Yank: The Army Weekly: World War II from the Guys Who Brought You Victory
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Yank, published between 1942 and 1945, was the GI's faithful companion in every theater of war. For all who experienced WWII, this compilation of Yank will be an item of nostalgia, and for everyone else, it will be an intensely readable, sometimes even hilarious, always gripping account of the war.
Hardcover, 400 pages
Published November 29th 1990 by Weidenfeld Military (first published 1990)
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