National Geographic : 1943 Aug
hen war correspondents say that Coca-Cola is the drink of our fighting men, you know there is a reason for it. What drink offers such delicious taste and downright refreshment? One tells how a Ranger, returned from Dieppe, asked for Coca-Cola in preference to anything. Another cables that the main event of the week for the doughboys at a desolate South Pacific outpost was 12 bottles of Coke. We read such things in the papers regularly. Coca-Cola had to be good to earn fast friendship like that with our Armed Forces. Coca-Cola is good. It's made that way with a finished art and choicest ingredients. And with a taste all its own. Truly, the only thing like Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola, itself. ANTE EN You could see this going on many places in the world. When our soldiers get a chance to enjoy a pause, they make it the pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola. Although war has changed and disrupted so many things in their lives, our fighting forces overseas are so often delighted to find in far off places an old familiar friend... Coca-Cola ... being bottled in Allied Nations all over The best the globe, just as it is at home. isa COPYRIGHs THECOCA-COLA C N always COPYRIGHT 1943, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY the better buy!