World War II
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World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron: "Mail call." Handwritten on back: "Must read a letter from home!" Cpl. Donald Krasno (Photo Lab Tech), Italy, 1944 or 1945
World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron), Italy, 1944 or 1945. Looks like Cu Chi 1967 ..wg
World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, Italy
World War Two, US AIR FORCE Cpl. Donald Krasno receives a letter from home. Letters from home were the most exciting thing as a soldier, knowing that your family has been thinking about and praying for you while you've been away. Soldiers and family members alike were both mesmerized by the idea of communication over seas. This made coming home so much more exciting, but also having a loved one killed in action that much more devastating. This photograph is a primary source.
World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.) ''Mail Call" 1944 or 1945
World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.)
World War Two
Nurses dancing during World War II.
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Nurses dancing during World War II. #vintage #1940s #WW2 #nurses More great big nurses caps! Must be an Army Nurse Corps uniform thing, because the Navy Nurse Corps caps are quite different, with a peak at the front center of the cuff, and specific patterns of black and gold velvet stripes to indicate rank.
Nurses dancing during World War II. Sometimes you've got to dance to keep from crying...
Nurses dancing during World War II. Joy in the midst I'd war. :)
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Nurses dancing during World War II. This would be my life...
Nurses dancing during World War II. #vintage #1940s #nurses
Nurses dancing during World War II. (aka verpleegkundefuif)
Nurses dancing during World War II by gbaku, via Flickr
WWII nurses dance. #WWII
The eyes of war, World War II
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Eyes of war 1918. (Found some info: Said this is an Austrian Soldier. I want to know this guys story!)
Portrait of a Austrian Lance Corporal c.1918 wearing a Stahlhelm helmet - WW1 soldier 1000 yard stare - these helmets were some of the first to be worn to protect heads of soldiers in trenches
Portrait of an Austrian Lance Corporal c.1918 wearing a Stahlhelm helmet - WW1 soldier 1000 yard stare
It’s the proverbial “thousand-yard stare” that was associated with shell shock in WWI. Today we know it as the beast of PTSD. The eyes of War, WWI
Portrait of a Austrian Lance Corporal c.1918 - WW1 soldier 1000 yard stare
WWI. Austrian-Hungarian soldier, 1918. "The Eyes of War".
Ww1 • German Stormtrooper Officer Portrait Ca 1918
Eyes of war. Austrian soldier, taken c. 1918.
Officer German Stormtroopers Portrait c. 1918
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‘We beat em before. We'll beat em again." France surrendered to the Nazis in June 1940, and this UK poster was possibly produced in response, encouraging the population to fight
WW2 propoganda posters | World War II propaganda poster by an unknown artist. From the ...
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British WW2 propaganda poster: We beat 'em before. We'll beat 'em again!
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"We beat 'em before... We'll beat 'em again!" - WWII Poster
War propaganda poster. Coming out of WWI into WWII.
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1940 BRITISH POSTER WE LL BEAT THEM AGAIN
World War II
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WWII - British children huddled in a makeshift bomb shelter experience a range of emotions as they endure an attack by Hitler's Air Force.
British children huddled in a makeshift bomb shelter experience a range of emotions as they endure an attack by Hitler's Air Force - The History Place - World War II in Europe Timeline
1940 - England - Batlle of Britain. Children in an English bomb shelter. Photo by British Information Service*
Battle of Britain. Children in an English bomb shelter.” England, 1940-41 From British Information Service/U.S. Office of War Information Thanks to Shorpy Historic Photo Archive - View full size
WWII Polish Children Hiding in Graves from armed forces.... black and white historical photo, european history, genocide.
World War II: Battle of Britain - Children in an English bomb shelter, England, 1940-41 This is a truly remarkable photo some people did not even have bomb shelters
World War II: Battle of Britain - Children in an English bomb shelter, England, 1940-41
The Blitz, 1940. English bombshelter.
World War II WOW poster.
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She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s | World War 2 Propaganda Poster | Poster Design // Words
War poster women left behind stay faithful | Americana | Art | She's a WOW campaign for the women helping support our soldiers during the war |
She's still behind him! #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster #WOW #1940s These women were really made of something!
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 http://www.allposters.com Twitter: #WOW Check out this #WorldWarII poster featuring a Woman Ordinance Worker #WW2women (via allposters.com)
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 www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs
"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
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.
WWII Posters: The Girl He left behind is Still Behind Him...She's a WOW (Woman Ordance Worker)
World War II Poster Photograph - World War II Poster Fine Art Print
World War II Poster
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World War II Poster (American) Sport The alies
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World War II Poster (American)
World War II American Poster
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WAVES, WWII poster. My mother served in The Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRENS), which was the Canadian counterpart of the WAVES.
"She's helping to win... How about you? Serve in the Navy. Enlist in the WAVES." - classic World War II poster (vintage lady, women, war effort, illustration, art)
There were two main roles for women in World War Two. The Women’s Army Corps (WAC) and the Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service (WAVES). In 1942, Mrs. James Forrestal who was the civilian uniform adviser to the Navy and the editor for American Vogue had “asked American-born Paris designer Mainbocher to design uniforms for the WAVES [and] not surprisingly, the WAVES were considered the best-dressed American women at war.”
She's helping to win... how about you? Serve in the Navy... Enlist in the Waves.
"She's helping to win...how about you?" ~ WWII Navy WAVES recruiting poster.
wwii usn wave ring | WAVES recruiting poster, "She’s helping to win…how
WWII Poster Recruiting Women to Serve in the WAVES corps of the Navy.
She's helping to win! #WAVES #Navy #WW2 #vintage #poster
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The "Wait for me, Daddy" photo. British Columbia Regiment, 1940, Canada. Claude Dettloff, photographer. #WWII #history
'Wait for Me, Daddy' is a photo taken by Claude P. Dettloff on October 1, 1940, of The British Columbia Regiment marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Avenue intersection, New Westminster, Canada. While Dettloff was taking the photo, Warren "Whitey" Bernard ran away from his mother to his father, Private Jack Bernard. The picture received extensive exposure and was used in war-bond drives.
Famous Canadian picture of the Second World War “Wait For Me Daddy”, October 1st, 1940: A line of soldiers march in New Westminister, British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father. Photo by Claude P. Dettloff
Wait for me, Daddy is one of the most famous Canadian pictures of the Second World War. It was taken ///October 1st, 1940, in New Westminster, British Columbia by Claude Dettloff.//check out how far that line of men go, as far as photo allows
'Wait For Me, Daddy': Iconic Second World War photo by Claude P. Dettloff / The Vancouver Province//Five-year-old Warren Bernard escapes mother Bernice's grasp on Oct. 1, 1940 to reach for his father Jack as the British Columbia Regiment marches down 8th Street in New Westminster during its deployment.
“Wait For Me Daddy,” October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father. His father, Private Jack Bernard, DID return safely after the war. This photo, perfectly captured by photographer, Claude P. Dettloff, received extensive exposure and was used in war-bond drives.
'Wait for me, Daddy' is one of the most famous Canadian pictures of the Second World War. It was taken October 1st, 1940, in New Westminster, British Columbia by Claude Dettloff. The little boy wasn’t the only one who saw his father leave. These men were the British Columbia Regiment armoured reconnaissance unit marching to war. Three and a half years after this photo was taken, this unit suffered enormous casualties at Hill 195 in Normandy. The boy’s father did survive the war though.
Photo Description from Ghosts of History Facebook page: Wait for Me, Daddy is a photo taken by Claude P. Dettloff on October 1, 1940, of The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles) marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Avenue intersection, New Westminster, Canada. While Dettloff was taking the photo, Warren “Whitey” Bernard ran away from his mother to his father, Private Jack Bernard. The picture received extensive exposure and was used in war-bond drives. The regiment was sent to France and the Netherlands; it returned home at war’s end. When Jack Bernard returned home Dettloff was on hand to photograph the family’s reunion. Jack and Bernice Bernard eventually divorced. The City of New Westminster is planning a bronze statue honouring the photo to be placed at the bottom of 8th Street, in Hyack Square. The city plans to unveil the statue in 2014, followed by a re-enactment of the soldiers’ march in 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
World War II Poster (British)
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World War 2 Poster (British) /his teeth looks like parasitic worms /this is when your mouth is toxic because of the parasitic worms/ the here is Asian and the ones they show who died are not Asian.
Do u want me to talk? :)) World War 2 Poster (British)
"He Talked - They Died" British WW2 Poster
British WWII poster "He talked they died"
World War 2 Poster (British)
British WW2 poster
A Works Progress Administration/Federal Art Project poster provides instruction on proper air raid behavior: "Air raid precautions. Keep cool, don't scream, don't run, prevent disorder, obey all instructions." Illustrated by Charlotte Angus for the Pennsylvania Art WPA between 1941 and 1943.
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Vintage Posters - Air raid precautions Keep cool dont scream dont run prevent disorder obey all instructions WPA Posters - WPA Posters
Air raid precautions - Keep cool - Don't scream - Don't run - Prevent disorder - Obey all instructions
Air raid precautions. Charlotte Angus. Federal Art Project. Between 1941-1943. Poster offering instructions for proper procedures during air raids. Library of Congress.
WPA Poster from Pennsylvania: WWII air raid precautions Keep cool, don't scream, don't run, prevent disorder, obey all instructions.
instruction on proper air raid behavior: "Air raid precautions. Illustrated by Charlotte Angus for the Pennsylvania Art WPA between 1941 and 1943.
Prevent disorder? We're being BOMBED!! Air Raid Precautions ~ Vintage World War II Era Print
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Unpatriotic A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic. Date Created/Published: London : National War Savings Committee, 1915 | British WW1 Propaganda Poster
British poster, National War Savings Committee, 1915: To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is Worse Than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic
WWII poster encouraging thriftiness "To Dress Extravagantly in War Time is worse than Bad Form it is Unpatriotic"
A WWI poster from the British National War Savings Committee urges restraint in the use of materials during war time. It's better to spend on war bonds: "To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form, it is unpatriotic." Printed by Roberts Leete, Ltd., London, 1915.
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"To Dress Extravagantly In War Time Is Worse Than Bad Form - It Is Unpatriotic" ~ Vintage war time poster.
World War 1 Poster, To dress extravagantly in war time is worse than bad form it is unpatriotic
To Dress Extravagantly In War Time poster....Great War poster IWM
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WW! US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, "Food for France." The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W.F. Powers Co."
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Food for France. LOC Summary: Poster showing a girl feeding soup to a wounded soldier. Date Created/Published: New York : The W. F. Powers Co., Litho., 1918. World War One propaganda poster
WW! US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, "Food for France." The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W.F. Powers Co." And Yet How Little We The World Has Leaned Since Then Allowing Islamic Terrorists To Strike At Will and Still The Question Is Begging To Be Asked, Why Do We Allow Such Atrocities Against Humanity To Continue As 129 People Now Lay Murdered In Paris France Today 11/15/2015
(WWI POSTERS) RAYER, HENRI. Three WWI propaganda posters, two by Henri Raye
A Francis Luis Mora illustration from 1918, published in New York.
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Food for France, WWI, 1918 by F.Luis Mora
American WWI poster, "Food For France"
"The Last Kiss" WWII. Powerful and sweet, but sad and close to home. hate saying goodbye to my sailor!
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Real Photo but Hoax: Often called “The Last kiss”, this photo is sometimes shared as a picture from World War II or, less wrongly, captioned as the 1963 departure of the Amerigo Vespucci from Egypt. The real location is Italy. The 1963 route of this Italian training ship can be found online. Italian speakers can read the story of this trip by photographer Roberto Borra.
leaving your love to fight for them is one of the most inspirational but saddest things that could ever happen bye bye vintage sailor world war 2 picture
Departure of the “Amerigo Vespucci”, Egypt, 1963 | Black and White #people #photography #vintage #history
The last kiss, a picture from World War II, I love this photo, it shows just how much people love each other... but will still leave to defend their country.
The Last Kiss, WWII I couldn't recreate this, but this is one of those immeasurable things photography captures
Italian sailors on the “Amerigo Vespucci” saying goodbye to their loved ones, 1963. Then or now, America or Italy...its all the same.
The last kiss, a picture from World War II…this is cool Sweet photo, but this is not from WWII. Look at how the women are dressed, this photo is from the early to mid 60s.
Departure of the “Amerigo Vespucci” - #photography, #sailor, vintage
Cool poster from World War II ... sock knitting for the greater good!
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“Our boys need sox. Knit your bit.” American Red Cross poster for World War I published between 1914 and 1918!
"Our Boys Need SOX - Knit Your Bit" ~ American Red Cross" ~ WWI poster encouraging women to knit for the troops. Printed between 1914 and 1918.
“Our boys need sox. Knit your bit.” American Red Cross poster for World War I published between 1914 and 1918. Did anyone else notice that it was the PHOTOGRAPHER who was getting shot? The mud is too clear and the soldier to far in the background!
U.S. World War I poster: "Our boys need sox - knit your bit" | American Red Cross (N.Y. American Lithographic Co., between 1914 and 1918; Library of Congress call number: POS - WWI - US, no. 118, C size)
Our Boys Need Sox - Knit Your Bit American Red Cross Vintage Poster Canvas Art Print (5124) 12"x8". $34.99 USD, via Etsy.
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Our Boys Need Sox - Knit your Bit - American Red Cross vintage poster
World War II Poster
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Subtly Sensual Submarine Recruiting Poster. Now, take off your shirt, slyly glance over your shoulder with a slightly raised eyebrow and think about getting your hands on a 7 million dollar sub. Uh huh.
"Learn to Operate a $7,000,000 Sub" ~ WWII Submarine Service recruiting poster. Cuz this was the kind of picture that got all the heterosexuals thinking "Damn I want to serve my country!" Mmmn-hmm.
Submarine Recruiting Poster - is it just me or does this poster look pretty darn gay...
"Learn to Operate a $7,000,000 Sub" ~ WWII Submarine Service recruiting poster.
Submarine Recruiting Poster. I would def learn to operate a submarine.... ;)
US Navy Submarine Force - World War II - Vintage Recruiting Poster
U.S. Navy Submarine Service recruiting poster, WWII
American soldiers in France, World War II
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clyde hebert-- black soldiers stationed in france during world war II Magdalene Linck says: "my grandpa (on left) with friends during the war"
American Soldiers during World War II in France #France #Europe #WorldWarII #AmericanSoldiers #20thCentury #VintagePhotography #1940s #40s by jumpbluesrichard http://ift.tt/1IPiUON
black soldiers stationed in France during world war II...Thank you for your service!
black soldiers stationed in france during world war II, love the shades
African American soldiers stationed in France during World War II.
black soldiers stationed in france during world war II
World War II History Events Timeline
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Dates and Events of World War 2. Author was not found. We included this in our curation because it is a different way of explaining the war: chronological order. Even though its not the best way to display the war, its a good way to show the students a different way of the war.
This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events of World War Two Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and
World War II History Events Timeline... Around the time from when my parents where children to a little before when they met
Author: HONResourcesShop Date Published: Aug 11, 2015 Title: World War Two History Events Printable Timeline Poster Link: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/163149145/world-war-two-history-events-printable?ref=related-5
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On this day, 01 Sep 1939, Germany invaded Poland; World War II History Events Timeline
World War II History Events Timeline... Just cuz I think it's interesting!
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Did you know what Japan did in World War II�
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I don't know where the Hell to put this, but I don't want to forget it. :( Just AWEFUL Did you know what Japan did in World War II�
Did you know what Japan did in World War II� I guess we've turned our blind eye to these facts. What he Japanese did to the Chinese outweighs what the Germans did to the Jewish people. And the Germans didn't only kill the Jews!!! Another fact that has been swept under the rug my friends!!! Japanese would wipe out whole villages (Millions Of People) killing & raping & beheading every Man, Women & Child. Take No Prisoners!!!
Did you know what Japan did in World War II� I don't know what other board to put this in...
Did you know what Japan did in World War II� Graphic does not answer its own question.
Did you know what Japan did in World War II... REALLY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING
Did you know what Japan did in World War II? (Graphic, as one would expect)
What Japan did in World War 2.
Japan War Crimes - WWII Unit
Enigma Machine - Enigma Machine During World War II, the Germans used the Enigma, a cipher machine, to develop nearly unbreakable codes for sending messages. The Enigma's settings offered 150,000,000,000,000,000,000 possible solutions, yet the Allies were eventually able to crack its code. By end of the war, 10 percent of all German Enigma communications were decoded at Bletchley Park, in England, on the world’s first electromagnetic computers.
World War II Enigma Machine.