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World War II WOW poster. It is crazy how advertisement has changed over the years.

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Community Post: Women At Work During World War II

Unidentified woman drilling on a Liberator Bomber.

Tell Her Nothing (1940). Produced quite early into World War II, this extremely rare British poster proved so popular that as soon as the posters were put up, they would disappear – presumably stolen by amorous servicemen. This woman was a more popular pin-up than Vera Lynn in the early war years. We would tell her everything. And give her the blueprints (whatever blueprints are).

U.S. Navy recruiting poster from World War II showing a Navy Nurse with a hospital ship. Have you asked the women living in your household what life was like for them during the war?

Navy pilot George H.W. Bush, 1942. Before going to college, Bush signed up to join the navy and fight in World War II. He rose to the level of lieutenant. He was a navy pilot flying 58 combat missions in the Pacific. He was injured bailing out of his burning aircraft during a mission and was rescued by a submarine.

World war 2 - the women still had it! They wore army clothes, had their hair curved perfectly, red lips and posed with the duck face! And how cute their hats are!

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General George S. Patton Jr. 1885-1945 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

GEN George S. Patton, "No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country."

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The 12 Best World War II STD Posters

LOL..World War 2 poster. Beware of the busty foreign woman.

Iva Ikuko Toguri D'Aquino, known as "Tokyo Rose", was an American citizen who participated in English-language propaganda broadcasts by Radio Tokyo to Allied soldiers in the South Pacific during World War II. At the end of the war, she was held for a year, released, and was subsequently charged with high treason and received a 10-year sentence. She was pardoned by President Ford in 1977 and died in 2006 at the age of 90.

In World War I, posters were used to help to keep the country motivated and believing in the great war. 1916-1917, Uncle Sam recruiting poster