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War correspondents with battle-fresh impressions may speak direct into American Homes. Minutes-old dispatches will make the early-morning enditions in California, be on the streets of Manhatten at noon. An indispensable tool forged by the Signal Corps- used by the fourth estate - in the service of tthe nation!

This is a brochure about the Army communicating at sea during World War II.
Created during the war by Colonel O. Howard Davidsmeyer

(NOTE: original brochure pages had wide 1-1/2 inch margin, cut off here to save bandwidth)

WWII Signal Corps Brochures

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