qThis work is an account of the China edition of the U.S. Army's daily newspaper, The Stars and Stripes, which was geared toward service personnel in the China Theater of Operations at the end of World War II. It covers the Japanese repatriations, war-crime trials, and the Chinese civil war and rise of Communismq--Provided by publisher.Early in September, Marshall prepared a document to provide information for members of Congress to use in replying to ... 8. October 8, November 22, and December 28 and 31, 1945. As to decorations, an article in the April 11, 1946, issue of the ... 69, 027; Legion of Merit, 12, 285; Distinguished Flying Cross, 124, 827; Soldiera#39;s Medal, 11, 345; Bronze Star, 340, 510; ... No change however, was to be made in critical lists of scarce categories for both officers and men for whom the pointanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Shanghai Stars and Stripes|
|Author||:||Alfred Emile Cornebise|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2010-01-18|