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Although the members of the press questioned U.S. Secretary of War Henry Stimson (1867 - 1950) as to why the Selective Service Department had been ordered to call-up an additional 100,000 men when it was agreed that the U.S. military was already "over strengthened" with the full participation of 7,700,000 personnel currently under arms, Stimson made it clear in this notice from the Far East Edition of YANK MAGAZINE, that he had his reasons - and this article lists a number of them.

We have an article that pertains to the Korean War draft-dodgers but it also explains the popular methods used by the W.W. II draft-evaders, as well.

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Click here to read about a W.W. II draft board.

To read an article about American draft dodgers of W.W. II, click here.

     


Late-War Draft  Increase Announced (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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