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    Woman Ordnance Worker

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    • soisaylivinlife

      She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s | World War 2 Propaganda Poster | Poster Design // Words

    • Extremely Sharp

      War poster women left behind stay faithful | Americana | Art | She's a WOW campaign for the women helping support our soldiers during the war |

    • Michelle

      She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s These women were really made of something!

    • Marycruz Figueroa

      FB: Women in the War Wednesday! Women Ordinance Workers (or WOWs) were women who worked in war factories during World War II. Do you know anyone that was a WOW during World War II? If so, please shoot us a message! image via Twitter: #WOW Check out this #WorldWarII poster featuring a Woman Ordinance Worker #WW2women (via

    • Melanie Reddall

      Woman of Wonder = Wonder Woman ;) That was what my Grandma Dell did! She made airplane parts during World War II Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at and Hire Veterans VIA Repin and Link URLs

    • Michelle Thiel

      "The girl he left behind is still behind him. She's a WOW." (Woman Ordnance Worker) illustrated by Adolph Treidler, 1942 - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers

    • Brittany Garrett

      American WWII poster, "The girl he left behind is still behind him. She's a WOW" If men say women and girls aren't strong we are.

    • Jenna King

      WWII Posters: The Girl He left behind is Still Behind Him...She's a WOW (Woman Ordance Worker)

    • Teodora Raicu

      World War II Poster Photograph - World War II Poster Fine Art Print

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