Yank Magazine

Jilted WWII Soldiers And The First Brush-Off Club

Jilted WWII Soldiers And The First Brush-Off Club

From the pages of Yank, The Army Weekly – China-Burma-India Edition January 1943: AT A U.S. BOMBER BASE, INDIA – For the first time in military history, the mournful hearts have organized. The Brush-Off Club is the result, in this land of sahibs and saris; as usual, it is strictly G/I. Composed of the guys whose gals back home have decided “a few years is too long to wait,”... Read More »

Yank Magazine – A 1940′s War Chronicle

Yank Magazine, the Army Weekly was first published in June 1942 during World War II, and the last issue was printed in December, 1945. It proved to be very popular with our soldiers. In fact it was the most widely read magazine in the history of the U.S. military, with 21 different versions being printed in 17 countries with a circulation of over 2- 1/2 million, although it is thought to have been... Read More »