War Scribe: First Reports Out: Europe Post V-E Day

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Franklyn Grace Lyons, M.A. Lyons
Xlibris Corporation, Sep 12, 2011 - History - 427 pages
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Contents

DATELINES
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Paris Untouched Shows Why Ancient Cities Were Strongholds
57
Dinner is 40 Cents at Army Hotel and 40 in Paris Restaurant
60
German School Children Put to Work Two Hours a Day Cleaning Up Rubble
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Allies Doing Best To Get 15 Million Back to Homes
67
Its Grim for the Germans This End Of the War They Began So Cockily
71
Behind Ivied Walls They Lie in Alien Soil
74
8000 Germans a Day Come Home To Cologne a City Without Plumbing
78
Allies Seek Answer To Use of German Power Facilities
205
Party Closely Guarded at Potsdam
209
Mattapan Mess Officer Hunts Food for Big 3
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Stalin Believed in Berlin Truman Calls Ship Experts
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Potatoes and Bread Chief German Diet
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40000 Guerrillas Supplied by Plane
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Fish Sandwich Tops Breakfast Menu
226
N E Girls Operate G I Club in Oslo
228

Boy Meets Girl and GI Wants To Know Why of Nonfraternizing
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First War Criminals Stand Trial
85
Yanks Wildly Applaud German Ballet Dancers
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Germans Trying to Throw Baseball Are as Awkward As Girls Used to Be
90
Worst Thing I Can Think of Is an Idle Hungry Man
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The Army Decides Not to Run Kindergartens for German Children
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A Pilgrimage to Normandy Beaches Washed Year Ago With American Blood
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Some GIs Find Hot Water Good Beds in War Rubble
103
Things Getting Done With Civilian Regime Under Sharp Eye of Army
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The Germans in This City Look Pretty Peaked to Me
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Thats My Home Town Waltham
114
Former Mayor of Woburn Now Mayor of Solingen
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Krupp Plant Could Get Going Again Within Few Months
118
Americans Convinced Dutch It was OK for Girls to Go to Dances
121
Dutch Would Like to Get Their Postmen Back
126
Crisis If Leopold Returns
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Germans Told Garden More Important Than Clothesline
131
Boston Captain Hears of Flyer Sons Death in Brussels Café
134
Bewildered Polish Exiles Fear Reds Long for Homes
137
How We Handled Millions Of War Prisoners in Europe
140
Justice Order Brought Back to German People
144
Nazis Banned US Pinup Girls in Danish Papers
149
One Place Where Americans Arent Being Kicked Around
153
Mass Trial of War Criminals May Open Around Sept 15
156
City Engineer Of Revere Sets Cologne Running
158
US Food Shortages Amaze WellFed Danes
162
Why English Girls Like Yanks So Much
167
Yanks Greeted With Lurid Yarns of Reds Cruelty
169
Yanks on Fourth Raise Flag Over Hitlers Barracks
172
Yanks Russians Both Give Orders to Burgomasters
175
Cigarettes Buy Hitlers Silver In Berlin Hideout
179
Zhukov Bans Allied Rule in Berlin Zones
184
Confusion in Berlin On Eve of Trumans Visit
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G Is View Paris Great Paintings
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Populace Stays Up All Night In Land of Midnight Sun
198
Food for Germany Biggest Headache
202
Informer Betrays Death Camp Chief To Night Raiders
230
Allied Troops Will Occupy Nip Mainland
235
Truman Takes Day Off To Visit Yank Troops
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All That Made Waltz City Famous Is Destroyed
238
How Hitler Tangled Up Life of American Sergeant
241
Lyons Views a Hospital As an EightDay Patient
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90 P C of Europes Jews Died Under Nazi Regime
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Liechtenstein Was Able To Keep Its Neutrality
252
Hitlers Eagle Nest Was Like Grand Central Atop Mountain
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Starvation Stalks In All Occupied Parts of Europe
258
Double Rainbow Heralded End of War in Austrian Alps
261
Citys Fire Apparatus Stolen by Nazis Is Back
263
Covered Wagon Era Returns As Millions Trek Homeward
265
Czechs Take Harsh Revenge on Sudetenland Germans
269
France to Pay GIs 17 Monthly Wage Bonus
274
People Have No Time Sense Cant Understand Our Hurry
277
Growth of Communism Traced to 3rd Armys Halt
281
Ancient Ways Ancient Hates Pace Life in Middle Europe
285
Two Boston Industrialists Survey Surplus U S Stocks
288
Across Central Europe In a German Jallopy
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Polish Officer Locates Family After 6 Years
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Across Central Europe In a German Jallopy
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Adventures End
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Bay State G Is Study French at Sorbonne
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Gigs Live in 21aDay Rooms And Go to College at Biarritz
312
Night Train to Paris
316
82 Top Scoring NE Vets Recent Return by Steerage
319
Just Home Lyons Says Most Vets to Return From Europe on Slow Ships
324
Bringing Them Home Jerrybuilt Camp Airless Ship Make GI Long for US Soil
327
Bringing Them Home GIs at Sea Eat Well 400 Pounds of Potatoes Daily
330
Dateline June 6 2011 67th Anniversary of DDay
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MA Lyons PhD
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Franklyn Grace Lyons
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Back Cover
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Mary Ann Lyons, Ph.D. lives on a farm in Maryland with her family. She received her B.S. in Kinesiological Sciences and her M.A. in Physical Education, Health and Recreation from the University of Maryland-College Park, Class of ’75, ’82 and her doctorate in Educational Psychology-Human Learning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Class of ’91. She holds an Advanced Professional Certification in Secondary Mathematics Grades 5-12 from the Maryland State Department of Education. She was a teaching professor/lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison 1991-1994 and a visiting full professor at Temple University in Philadelphia 1995-2000. Currently she is a tenured teacher of secondary mathematics for the Frederick County Public School System in Maryland, is the Director of the Louis M. Lyons Foundation and a Consulting Editor for the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. She is the grand-daughter of Louis M. Lyons. Frankee Lyons lives on the Red Sleigh Farm in Mount Airy, Maryland with her family. She is a rising senior at Linganore High School. Her bi-monthly newspaper commentary column is published in the Frederick News-Post and can be found on-line at www.FrederickNewsPost.com/columnists. Frankee is a volunteer docent at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, a volunteer at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. and a Student Area Coordinator for Amnesty International. She is a member of her high school’s county championship Academic Team, the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society and the National Merit Scholars Program. Frankee is a student in the Hood Start Program at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland where she studies History, Literature, Sociology and Media Production. Each day she surrounds herself with good books, great films, speedy technology, deep friendships, inspirational teachers, awesome grandparents, pleasure-seeking cats and her humorous, challenging, supportive, caring and loving sisters. Frankee is the great grand-daughter of Louis M. Lyons.

Mary Ann Lyons, Ph.D. lives on a farm in Maryland with her family. She received her B.S. in Kinesiological Sciences and her M.A. in Physical Education, Health and Recreation from the University of Maryland-College Park, Class of ’75, ’82 and her doctorate in Educational Psychology-Human Learning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Class of ’91. She holds an Advanced Professional Certification in Secondary Mathematics Grades 5-12 from the Maryland State Department of Education. She was a teaching professor/lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison 1991-1994 and a visiting full professor at Temple University in Philadelphia 1995-2000. Currently she is a tenured teacher of secondary mathematics for the Frederick County Public School System in Maryland, is the Director of the Louis M. Lyons Foundation and a Consulting Editor for the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. She is the grand-daughter of Louis M. Lyons. Frankee Lyons lives on the Red Sleigh Farm in Mount Airy, Maryland with her family. She is a rising senior at Linganore High School. Her bi-monthly newspaper commentary column is published in the Frederick News-Post and can be found on-line at www.FrederickNewsPost.com/columnists. Frankee is a volunteer docent at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, a volunteer at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. and a Student Area Coordinator for Amnesty International. She is a member of her high school’s county championship Academic Team, the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society and the National Merit Scholars Program. Frankee is a student in the Hood Start Program at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland where she studies History, Literature, Sociology and Media Production. Each day she surrounds herself with good books, great films, speedy technology, deep friendships, inspirational teachers, awesome grandparents, pleasure-seeking cats and her humorous, challenging, supportive, caring and loving sisters. Frankee is the great grand-daughter of Louis M. Lyons.

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