1941, just after Pearl Harbor....light a candle & remember
♤♤Our Greatest Generation (WWII Era) ♤♤
Ships at anchor on battleship row in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941
LC-USZC4-3677: WWII Poster, “He Can’t Forget Pearl Harbor – Can You? Buy Bonds.” Artwork by Alex Raymond, 1944.
Avenge Pearl Harbor! Vintage WWII Navy recruiting poster. #poster #navy
22 Santa Crunch Christmas Popcorn
44-PA-1629: Half-tone image of a photograph, WWII Recruiting Poster. “Remember Pearl Harbor” Poster shows President Abraham Lincoln holding a U.S. Navy sailor with a knife in his back. (8/25/2015).
80-G-32729: Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Burning and damaged ships at Pearl Harbor after the attack. Visible left to right: USS Arizona (BB 39) and USS West Virginia (BB 48). (9/9/2015).
World War II: Never Forget...
44-PA-1628: Half-tone image of a photograph, WWII Recruiting Poster. “Remember Pearl Harbor / Enlist Now! / United States Coast Guard.” (8/25/2015).
This Cranberry Pineapple Holiday Punch is crisp refreshing and loved by adults and kids. Perfect Christmas Punch! And it’s totally easy; like add and stir! #sponsored by #Dole
80-G-32930: USS West Virginia (BB 48) and USS Tennessee (BB 43) after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941.