The Press: Daily Stars & Stripes

For the first time since the fall of Paris, a U.S. newspaper began daily publication in Europe* this week. The Stars & Stripes, successor to World War I's famed A.E.F. paper, changed from a weekly to the U.S. Armed Forces' European daily. The new Stars & Stripes is the first service daily in World Wars I or II.

The doughboys themselves forced the change. They wanted more news from home, and said so. Tired of trying to make something out of the dry, news-lean English papers, they wanted their news served up American style....

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