|Title||Kilroy was here : the best American humor from World War II|
|Call#||D745.2 .K56 2001|
|Author added entry||Osgood, Charles, ed.|
1. World War, 1939-1945 - Humor.
2. United States - Army - Military life.
3. American wit and humor.
|Title added entry||edited and with an introduction by Charles Osgood|
|Published Place||New York|
|Physical Description||xviii, 188 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Imagefile||034\D7452 K56 2001.JPG|
Includes bibliographical references.
A dictionary of American military slang, 1941-4 - Boot camp - Shipping out - In the field, seas, and skies - Mess and other grub - R & R - Army vs. Navy vs. Marines vs. Air Force ves. - Accidental insubordination and other miscellaneous occurences in the line of duty - We have met the enemy - USO and military shows - Celebrities at the front - Looking ahead.