"Superman’s Service for Servicemen Continues"
Superman Sunday Newspaper Strip - Jan 7 through Feb 25 1945
By September of 1945, the conflicts in Europe and the Pacific Theater will be largely concluded, and so also Superman’s Service for Servicemen - a more-than-year-long story arc in which Superman answers direct requests for assistance sent to him by America’s armed services - winds to a close over the course of the year.
Early in 1945, Superman entertains soldiers stationed in the Aleutian islands by bringing them all the warmth and wonders of a tropical island paradise (including dancing girls), helps along a romantic triangle between a young woman and her two noble beaus stationed overseas, and reminds the folks at home that a soldier’s morale depends on receiving encouraging correspondence from home.
The titles of these arcs are as follows:
"Aleutian Dancing Girls" - January 7, 1945 to January 14, 1945
"The War Medals" - January 21, 1945 to February 11, 1945
"If You’re Not a Fighter - Be a Writer" - February 18, 1945 to February 25, 1945