The American Legion [Volume 137, No. 5 (November 1994)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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Table of Contents
- Miami Shakes, Rattles, Rolls to Victory: Post 346 shuts out Post 299 of Chino, Calif., to win the Legion World Series
- Veterans Day: A Celebration for All Ages: Deep in the heart of Texas, a town honors those who served by Les Brindley
- The Press's Prejudices: Television, newspapers and magazines distort the news with one-sided coverage, says this media watchdog
- Rewriting Enola Gay's History: The plane that dropped the A-bomb on Japan now is the center of a furious debate by Brian D. Smith
- Our Job Was to Win: The Enola Gay's Captain has no apologies or regrets by Paul W. Tibbets, Jr.
- The Battle of the Bulge: Although surprised and encircled, American forces stopped Hitler's fierce counterattack by Sid Moody
- Convention 1994
- Report from Minneapolis: Delegates to the 76th National Convention re-affirm their commitment to the Legion's founding principles
- National Officers and Appointments
- Big Issues: Should Congress declare a moratorium on immigration?
- Your American Legion
- Parting Shots
- Commander's Message
- Veterans Update
- Washington Watch
- Cover: The town of Mineral Wells remembers Veterans Day, Texas style. See page 22. Photograph by Jeff Shaw.
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