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M29C Weasel Amphibious Carrier - Studebaker

M29C Weasel Amphibious Carrier - Studebaker

Ivy's brother tries and succeeds in joining the army to fight in WWII

WWII Posters

In World War posters were used to help to keep the country motivated and believing in the great war. WWII propaganda posters were also a big part of disseminating the governments message. Rosie the Riveter may be one of the most famous examples.

Did you know what Japan did in World War II�

Did you know what Japan did in World War II…

Japanese atrocities from WW II - I'm not trying to be vindictive here; I'm not that kind of person and I have NOTHING against Japan or Japanese people today. But history is what it is - and history hurts. Click the pin to read the rest.

Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind". Shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana, collectors and non-collectors love these Rosie posters. There were a number of variants done during the war, this is among the most desirable.

Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind" shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana. A number of variants of Rosie posters were done during the war. This is among the most desirable.

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Today's pinup is a continuation of the Propaganda Style Pinup Posters featuring Kelsey in this tribute to the Airborne Paratroopers of World War I've. Propaganda Pinups - Become a Paratrooper!

WWII - print vintage stuff from net & put in frames around reception

"Lets go - Wings for Victory" Campaign - During the war a campaign was launched to encourage people to donate money to purchase new aircraft for the war effort. This is one of the advertising posters from

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World War II Movie Marathon in Chronological Order of the Real Events.

Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima is a historic photograph taken on February by Joe Rosenthal. It depicts five United States Marines and a United States Navy corpsman raising an American flag atop Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.

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