Here's the original cover to Master Comics #107:
I give Cleland credit for taking advantage creatively of the landscape format of their issue in contrast to the portrait format of the source material - the horizontal bridge for the vertical statue is an aesthetic decision, not just a patriotic turn.
I also give Cleland credit for adapting the interior art:
If you're interested, the original story can be read in full on comicbookplus.com.
My only gripe with the modification is the spelling of Harbor - did Cleland imagine it would be sold back to the Americans?