LIFE Magazine March 19, 1945

LIFE Magazine March 19, 1945 Dutch Girl Maria Huysman

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Pg… 25 THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Germans Crumble in the West

Pg… 30 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Editorial: Chapultepec

Pg… 31 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Conference Delegates Attend Mexican Presidential Reception

Pg… 32 THE WEEK'S EVENTS New York Law Bans Job Discrimination

Pg… 34 THE WEEK'S EVENTS U.S. Fliers Bomb Berchtesgaden and Tokyo

Pg… 36 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Chinese Eggs Stand on End

Pg… 38 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Grable Baby Is 1 ……………………….

Pg… 70 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Brazilian Indians Attack Plane

Pg… 59 ARTICLE Ibn Saud's Voyage, by Ensign W. Barry McCarthy, USNR

Pg… 84 CLOSE–UP The Earl of Halifax, by John Chamberlain..

Pg… 75 PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Flooded Dutch Island

Pg… 41 SPORTS West Point Has Best Teams in U.S

Pg… 47 MODERN LIVING Dache Makes Surplus WAC Hats Chic

Pg… 51 ART Feliks Topolski Sketches the War

Pg… 66 NATURE Spring Wildflowers

Pg… 99 MOVIE "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

Pg… 2 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors

Pg… 12 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Speaking of Pictures: Soldier Cartoonist Draws WAC Heroine

Pg… 17 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE's Reports: Captured Book Gives Nazi View of U.S

Pg… 106 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE Goes to a Military Ball

Pg… 110 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Miscellany: Admiral Halsey Goes Hunting : LIFE'S PICTURES Last November George Rodger went in with the British on the invasion of Walcheren Island. A few weeks ago he returned to photograph the aftermath of the battle there?the broken dikes, the sea–flooded farms (see pp. 75–83). His pictures take their place beside other unusual Rodger photographs such as those he took last March when Vesuvius erupted after the Americans had taken Naples, and the flight from Burma in 1942 over the road less Naga Hills (LIFE, Aug. 10, 1942). This year the route Rodger took has become famous as the Stilwell Road.

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