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Combat Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 23, 1943, 5th Army front, 5th Army front Page 2the stars and stripes tuesday november 23, 1943the stars and Stripe fifth army newspaper the combat edition of the stars and stripes is printed and published daily As conditions allow by u. S. Army personnel principally for front line troops of the fifth army. There is no charge for the paper. The address stars and stripes Apo 464, u. S. Army. Not mailable to the United state. Vol. I no. 32 tuesday nov. 23, 1943editorial Tho current movement in Washington to repeal the chinese exclusion act of 1924 is the direct effect of having China As an ally against the nefarious nips whom we once considered less undesirable. Anthrop logically ifs an extremely difficult thing to identify either the japanese or the chinese. The japs Are predominantly Brown in racial classification being polynesians whose ancestries Are As obscure in the Depths of time As Are the origins of Many now for gotten civilizations of which we have discovered puzzling Trace. The chinese Are the yellow race and they too Are drawn from Many origins. Howsoever that May be War with Japan has finally awakened the american people to the realization that color race Creed do not make As factors in themselves one group of men an enemy and another group a Friend. The people of the Netherlands East indies Many of Horn fought loyally beside the dutch on Java and Sumatra Are Brown also. The War has acquainted Many americans with the sounder theory that form of government and indoctrination of chauvinism and economic or less Are the factors which make one people an enemy another a Friend. It is True that the chinese exclusion a of 1924 was an act chiefly ainu at excluding from our Western states a mass of immigrants who would have further lowered the standards of living at a time when living Standard were suffering in the aftermath of world War i. But at that time America was still unconvinced of the fallacy of the slogans crying for isolationism. This newer War More terrible More lasting More bloody than its immediate predecessor of world wide infamy seems to be educating Tho Peoples of the world to the knowledge of common action of necessity for Unity and Mutual help. If the lesson becomes a telling one if isolationism of nations is to become a thing of the dark Ages out of which we Are but now emerging then the economic Factor by which men set their standards of living wih be revised. Any revision must take into consideration the living standards of All other Peoples with whom any nation must Deni. With us with americans the chinese will have to be considered. In the final working out of the problem it May we that Well be Able to accept the. Chinese among us As Fellows entitled to economic Equality. If so no need would Ever again arise fur the Congress of the United states a Congress establish by free men for free men to exclude an entire people from our shores. The lit. Sec. From Childe Harold a pilgrimage not vainly did the Early persian make his altar the High places and the Peak of Earth Over gazing mountains and thus take a fit and uncalled Temple there to seek the spirit in whose Honor shrines Are weak up reared of human hands. Come and compare columns and idol dwellings Goth or greek with natures realms of worship Earth and air nor fix on fond abodes to circumscribe thy prayer a lord by ran Byron was born in London in 1788. He died in Greece where he went to help in the fight for libration in 1824. In those 36 years he lived a tempestuous life and wrote poetry winning him a Foremost place in English literature. Of his vigorous personality much has been written both favourable and Adverse. In defense of him it has been said that his cynical speeches with regard to friends and Friendship often quoted to his disadvantage Are not to be taken too literally. Byron talked in accordance with the whim of the moment. His acts do not correspond to his words. He rejected both protestant and Catholic orthodoxy but like the athenians he was exceedingly religious. Whatever his faults May have been Byron had certain Noble qualities which did not fail him at his worst. He was courageous he was often kind and he loved truth rather than lies. He w As a worker and a fighter. He hated tyranny and was Prepa Rel to sacrifice Money and ease and life in the cause of popular Freedom the info Sec. In Bessarabia now there is the beginning of panic and anxious and fearful eyes Are turned towards the Northeast where in the Broad sweep of country beyond Kiev the russian army threatens with every gain to Roll like a tidal wave upon the Bessarabia Border. Bessarabia is a province of Rumania extending from Poland on the North to the Black sea on the South and lying Between the Pruth and Dniester Rivers. After the russian revolution of 1917, the National Council of Bessarabia declared it. Self Independent and in 1918 agreed to an unconditional incorporation with Rumania. The treaty of Paris in 1920, signed by Britain Franco Italy and Japan recognized this incorporation but the United states stood aside from the treaty on the ground that there was no representative of the russian government to state the russian Side of the Case. Russia still regards Bessarabia As a a occupied territory a and the question of the nationality of this province has always been a ticklish one. Russia and Rumania have Long quarrelled Over it and refused to Trade Between each other because of it. The area of Bessarabia is 44,000 Square Miles and its population is about 3,000,000. Of these Mol Davanso generally rumanian from 50 per cent and ukrainians about 20 per cent and there Are also jews russians bulgarians and germans. In Early Christian times Bessarabia a key to the byzantine Empire was often invaded. Inone year ago today nov. 23, 1942�?admiral Dorian officially recognized by Washington As a French commander in Africa announced in a rank v Mideast from Algiers that French Africa ii ice uding the port of Dakar had come under Allied control by order of the High commissioner of France in French West Africa governor general pics re Boisson and general Barreau commander in chief of land sea and air forces. Marshal Petain later called on French West african soldiers sailors and airmen to resist a a if you Are attacked a adding a a whatever happens you must faithfully carry out my in Washington the department of state announced a satisfactory agreement with Admiral Georges Hubert French High commissioner covering All the French possessions in the Western hemisphere As a result of which a Merit in occupation of the French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe of French Guina. In the Buna Gona area in new Guinea United states Quot troops entered Gona and Are advancing on san Ananda. On the right Capo Fonda adore has been captured. Heavy resistant around Buna itself continues. Our air Force units Are supporting the comment Sec. New York nov. 21 a changes have come Over the old Way of life Back Home in Tho last year. Big changes always come to a nation at War. And everyone is aware of them. But they Are the changes made to a huge machine refitted to a different Job. It is the Small change the ones few people thought about few expected that seem now to be the things that make All the difference. For instance who Ever suspected it would be impossible to buy a new alarm clock it is. And when the old one Breaks Down it can to fixed. There Are no parts. Who Ever suspected that electric Light switches would become scarcer than Teeth in a Hen ? they Are. Scores upon scores of Ordinary household items Are no longer fixable. If the radio goes dead it stays dead. Mother Brown does no to Send Young Jimmy Down to the store for Black Pepper anymore. She knows its not to be had. And unless Mother Brown has taken a fancy to horse meat she does no to plan on having meat As often As the Brown family used to have it. Ration cards done to go far. There Isnit any Cocoa. There Isnit any bitter chocolate. There Isnit any perfume. There Isnit any this or that and that covers scores of items that were everyday purchases 18 months ago. Even father brow n has had to alter habits of Long years standing. He has taken to a spot of wine now and then. There Isnit a Good drink of bonded Rye on the Market. Army Moss sergeants Are urged to Send Home a can of spam for Christmas. The 2nd Century it was occupied by a thracian tribe whom the roman emperor Trajan conquered in 106. In the following Century the Ohto de Etao Etoi Etain Etain Tao inet goths poured into it and in the 5th Century it was overrun by huns Vars and bulgar ians

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