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Combat Engineers, WW II
WE CLEAR THE WAY (SCHLAIKJER, JES WILHELM) 1942
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New Planet Roller Rink - Chicago, Illinois | Flickr - Photo Sharing!For Health's Sake - ROLLER SKATE
1940s photo with Soldier, Sailor and 40s
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• War bonds are debt securities issued by the government to finance military operations • they're connecting war bonds to marriage because you have to stay committed between both situations • war bonds are either, retail bond or Wholesale bonds traded stock market Unit 3
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Soldiers of the Sky 1940. Nikolas Muray FRPS Festival Focus: The Royal Photographic Society Selected Images: 1854 – 2012 | Vignette
Nudes on sand and Ansel Adams: the pictures that changed photography – part three - Soldiers of the Sky, 1940 by Nickolas Muray
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Aviation Pinups - B-25 Mitchell by warbirdphotographer.deviantart.com on @deviantART
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The Flying Tigers Vintage Metal Sign
Flying Tiger Aviation Round Banner Metal Sign - Garage Art Signs by Garage Art. $24.95. High Resolution Color Image. Quality Heavy Gauge Metal Sign. Vintage Sign. Made in the USA. Dimension: 16 x 15. This Flying Tiger round banner metal sign measures 16 inches by 15 inches and weighs in at 2 lb(s). This round banner metal sign is hand made in the USA using heavy gauge american steel and a process known as sublimation, where the image is baked into a p
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Gas Rationing. I’m In This Fight Too.
This source is a propaganda poster made by the us government to tell the people to conserve resources to make sure the soldiers get some oversees and it isn't being used only on the home front such as oil. this source is credible because it represents all of the issues going on at the home front ration wise. this changed the lives of people at the time because it suggests that they needed to ration their resources better.
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"Your Metal Is on the Attack: Keep It Coming!" World War II poster. (Photo Credit: Corbis)
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The U.S. Home Front During World War II Photos — History.com Picture Galleries
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"Keep 'em rolling, pal. On the production line, we're fighters, too. We'll give 'em a beating they'll never forget." Produce for victory! ♦ 1942 WWII poster
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Every 11 minutes -- Westinghouse war materials being shipped to America's fighting forces -- at a rate of a full carload every 11 minutes -- night and day! ♦ 1942 WWII ad
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"Wings For The Eagle" 1942 Warner Bros WWII propaganda film shot at Lockheed Martin.
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Fire Power for the home front ♦ Association of American Railroads, All United for Victory ♦ 1943 WWII ad
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Don't Kill Her Daddy With Careless Talk ♦ WWII poster
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Disney characters to the front. Minnie's a red cross volunteer, Mickey's driving the tank, Dumbo's the air squad, Owl's the lookout, Flower is the chemical warfare person (ha), and Dopey's purchasing war bonds (??) Bambi is...I can't figure out what Bambi is.
Disney volunteer army illustration for Coronet magazine. In this illustration for the September 1942 issue of Coronet magazine, characters from Disney’s menagerie take part in home front and front line activities. Donald Duck, as a marine, symbolizes that the pen is now equal to the sword, while other characters represent a variety of wartime roles: Thrifty Pig symbolizes the might of industry, Minnie Mouse is a Red Cross volunteer, Dopey the dwarf purchases war bonds, Flower the skunk is a member of the chemical warfare service, and Thumper the rabbit is in the army signal corps. The insignia characters for the Flying Tigers and the PT boat Mosquito Squadron in the sky represent two of more than 1,200 designs created at the Disney studio.
Disney cartoons join the war effort at home and overseas. Article by David Lesjak.
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TODAY IN COMIC BOOK HISTORY: NOV. 22, 1943 Miss America made her comic book debut in Marvel Mystery Comics #49 in the back-up story "Scou...
Miss America (Marvel Comics) 1
Miss America Comics #1, 1944. Cover by Ken Bald.
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In 1943 the car companies were of course making weapons instead of cars. They didn't let the public forget them, though, and continued advertising.
1943 General Motors War Effort print ad WWII by catchingcanaries, $8.00
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Double Victory: How African American Women Broke Race and Gender Barriers to Help Win World War II by Cheryl Mullenbach