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well, you learn something every day - "The pattern on the official WOW kerchief material is not polka dots, but is based on the symbol of the exploding cannon ball that is part of the logo for the U. S. Ordnance Department."

well, you learn something every day - "The pattern on the official WOW kerchief material is not polka dots, but is based on the symbol of the exploding cannon ball that is part of the logo for the U. S. Ordnance Department."

Happening right now in America and all that democrats are worried about is a fake war on women and raising the minimum wage.

Happening right now in America and all that democrats are worried about is a fake war on women and raising the minimum wage.

Đòi quyền bình đẳng cho phụ nữ cũng là một sự kiến lớn trong thập kỷ này. Nó giúp người phụ nữ đấu tranh cho mình, sự kiện này cũng gây ảnh hưởng lớn cho thời trang lúc bấy giờ

Đòi quyền bình đẳng cho phụ nữ cũng là một sự kiến lớn trong thập kỷ này. Nó giúp người phụ nữ đấu tranh cho mình, sự kiện này cũng gây ảnh hưởng lớn cho thời trang lúc bấy giờ

really? from ww2 This could have been a poster for Viet Nam too. First poster like this I have ever come accross for wwII

really? from ww2 This could have been a poster for Viet Nam too. First poster like this I have ever come accross for wwII

I think this is interesting because the Holocaust is publicized so much but we tend to forget about how many were lost when the colonies were founded in American soil.

I think this is interesting because the Holocaust is publicized so much but we tend to forget about how many were lost when the colonies were founded in American soil.

Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? This vintage WWII poster encourages the home front viewer to join a car club in order to conserve fuel. A soldier is pictured looking straight ahead while the text asks the viewer if they've done enough to save gas. Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt, 1944.

Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? This vintage WWII poster encourages the home front viewer to join a car club in order to conserve fuel. A soldier is pictured looking straight ahead while the text asks the viewer if they've done enough to save gas. Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt, 1944.

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