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Yank, World War II weekly magazine produced by U.S. Army personnel for U.S. soldiers around the world. Contributors included both soldier correspondents, photographers, and artists and enlistees, whose work for the magazine was unpaid. Information helpful to those in the armed forces as well as soldiers' comments and complaints were printed in the regular feature “Mail Call.” Yank appeared from June 17, 1942 until the end of the war in 1945, and contained many exclusive articles on the progress of the war.

See also: World War II.

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