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Jrhotos By U. S. Army Signal Corp.
In the Sicilian campaign, part of Our ,.i4F.~
employed -were as follows:
" We lost 8% of our medium tanks.
* We lost nearly half of our 57-mmni. guns.
o We lost 331/3% of our 75-mmu. gun carriages.
*We lost 22%0 of our 105-mm. howitzer carriages.
* We lost 54% of our 37-mm. gun carriages.
i We lost an undisclosed number of ships, landing b:Vt"C-,
" We lost a vast quantity of collateral mnaterial like food,
clothing, things like 1,100 miles of copper telephone
" We lost all this i a month-long minor campaign that
was in every sense of the word a complete victory for us.
The~re's JjwtLJno use intring lOto dodge
Somebody's got to pay for that st~uff we
lost. Somedody's got to pay for the newV
stuff that replaced it. Somebody's got
to pay for t he infinitely larger am ount -O0ofsu 't a sg in to b u ed - n p r-
of it lost--in Italy, in France, in the - ---
Balkans, in Norway, in India, in a lot of places.
.It's no use kiddingr ourselves. That "somnebody" is Uncle
Sam-and we've got to lend him the money to do it by buy-
ing War Bonds. There's no cheap way out - no easy way
out -there's just noting we can do except to keep on
working and buying more and more Bonds till this War
And the harder we pitch in right now-and the more
Bonds we by --the quicker that will. be.
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