National Geographic January 1944
At Ease in the South Seas
In the jungles of the South Sea islands, American soldiers cling to peacetime habits: playing baseball and poker, listening to the radio, reading books, and writing letters.
Brazil’s Potent Weapons
Brazil supplies the Allies with many valuable products, including iron, manganese, quartz, rubber, vegetable oils, and insecticides.
Front- line Town of Britain’s Siege
Only 20 miles from occupied France, Dover – – Britain’s front- line town – – has grown accustomed to bombs and shells.
How We Use the Gulf of Mexico
Military training bases, oil refineries, and sulfur mines line the 2, 028- mile American coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
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