Vineyard Gazette
As the planes swooped and roared past the windows of his home, the young Army officer, seeing the big red suns which marked them - for the great power which sent them on their errand still though
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Pearl Harbor
Vineyard Gazette
The Navy has taken a leasehold right for the duration of the war from the commonwealth of Massachusetts and others on that portion of Squibnocket Pond which lies west of
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Squibnocket Pond
Squibnocket
Coastal ponds
Vineyard Gazette
The whereabouts and occupation of the favorite Island steamer Naushon, long queen of the Island line, has been officially revealed in a story in the Stars and Stripes, newspaper of the American f
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Vineyard Gazette
A removal for the first time of the restrictions which have prevented pub­lication of any material regarding the types of planes at the Martha’s Vineyard Naval Auxiliary Air Facility, the activit
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Naval Auxiliary Air Facility
Vineyard Gazette
The United States Navy has taken land at Katama for use in its new gunnery range without lease, purchase, condemnation or any prior consultation with the owner.
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Katama Gunnery
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D-Day services marked the opening of the European invasion by the Allied armies, as hundreds of people attended their neighborhood churches for a moment of prayer for the
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D-Day
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Additional restrictions on the operation of pleasure craft in waters around Martha's Vineyard have been ordered by the Coast Guard as of last Friday.
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U.S. Coast Guard
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Final figures for the Sixth War Loan drive, so far as It applies to the Vineyard, are now available, and stand at sales of $705,367.50, compared with the quota of $203,218.
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Vineyard Gazette
The roll of service men is printed herewith in revised form which the Gazette hopes is accurate. Every effort is made to keep the list up to date.
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Vineyard Gazette
"The tumult and the shouting dies,
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Vineyard Gazette
The first atomic bomb was dropped on Japan Sunday, but the Vineyard knew nothing of It until yesterday, and then only through the radio announcements. In the night there was wind and rain, and this morning a heavy fog wrapped the Island, not as impenetrable, however, as that which still shrouds the scene of destruction in Japan. The events have no association except in our own minds, but this is how Islanders will recall the time when the release of atomic energy was made known to the world.
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Wars
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This looks like V-J Day as the Gazette goes to press in a sunny and remarkably invigorating atmosphere.
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