National Geographic : 1943 Aug
U. S.Army Signal Corps, Official Who Worries about Submarines Now! The Yanks Are Over There, and Ulster LadsGreet Them with aDouble V Such sights are common in Northern Ireland's friendly ports. But Eire protested the Americans' arrival. Eireremains neutral, although German bombs have fallen on Dublin, its capital. Its ports, useful in World War I for combating German submarines, are now sealed toAllied warships.