National Geographic : 1944 Jun
5iIY'r*, I ne auueuaer %.orporaton Mighty Allied armies mass in India and Studebaker tracks help transport them! FOR months, the United Nations have been getting ready in India for the big push to defeat Japan. From the Burma border to the Khyber Pass, correspond ents report tremendous activity-with even public parks in big cities serving as armed camps. Effective mobilization in a land of India's size requires adequate military transport. And many an American boy stationed there could tell you how much dependence is be ing placed on big multiple-drive Studebaker military trucks. Those Studebaker trucks in India are counterparts of the powerful, dependable Studebakers that have been doing such a superb transport job for the conquering Soviet armies. And, in addition to trucks, the five great Studebaker factories continue to build huge quantities of mighty Wright Cyclone engines for the famous Boeing Flying Fortress as well as other vital war materiel. AND THEY'RE BOTH BUYING BONDS! They're doing it in millions of American families-where sons are fighting and fathers are working on war production ... they're all buying Bonds... to help speed Victory now-and keep our Nation sound.