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  • 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

  • Cayli Calogero

    WWII poster, just learned about this in History 2020

  • Winston Churchill

    American WWII poster, "The girl he left behind is still behind him. She's a WOW"

  • Heather Clancy

    World War II propaganda poster

  • Natural Records Studios

    #beatsofhell #victusvincimus She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s

  • Cindy Featherly

    I love this! WWII poster, we have so many of these old war posters at the Veterans Home.

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"The WOW bandana, designed in accordance with U.S. Army specifications, is an attractive, safe, and unifying head covering to identify women ordance workers. About 27" square, it is available either in ordnance red with white ordnance insignia, or in white with red ordnance insignia. Every woman in your plant will want one - it's a "WOW" for morale!" (Ad, 1943) The head scarf with flaming bomb designs became the symbol of women working in war industries.

i literally wear stuff like this on a regular basis and i still don't look as good in it as she does. -.-