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Two Members of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) Prepare Birthday Cakes ~

Two Members of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) Prepare Birthday Cakes ~ ages on cakes.

Recruiting poster for the Women's Army Corps (WAC) used during the mid-fifties.

Amazing, 100 Years Of Fashion Condensed Into Under Two Minutes | Thought Catalog

The evolution of dance and fashion over 100 years in East London. Dance and fashion in the same video, what more to ask?

"Now I can buy the things I love! Here's my passport to independence." 1941 - 1945. USA Office for Emergency Management, Office of War Information, Domestic Operations Branch, Bureau of Special Services. - WWII poster USA

Here's my passport to independence." 1941 - USA Office for Emergency Management, Office of War Information, Domestic Operations Branch, Bureau of Special Services.

Lovely Ladies!

Other Military Women in World War II - Military women in World War II were a new phenomenon, but they made a significant impact. Read about roles of military women in World War II.

Women drivers of the United States Army Signal Corps stand for a portrait. (Left to right, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Teague, Mrs. Cleminger, Mrs. Savage and Mrs. Philips) ~

Women drivers of the United States Army Signal Corps stand for a portrait. (Left to right, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Teague, Mrs. Cleminger, Mrs. Savage and Mrs. Philips) ~

Women's Army Corps (WAC) - which Congress made a bona fide part of the Army of the United States for the duration of the WWII plus six months. Unlike their counterparts in the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps, WACs could be stationed anywhere, including behind the lines in the battlefield.

World War II WAAC officers go shopping.soon after their arrival at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, started shopping for lamps and other accessories needed in their recreation hall.

WACs listen to radio, 1944 - The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project - University Archives - UNCG University Libraries

Official army photo of Emma Dale Love (left) and three fellow WACs listen to the radio while stationed in France, One of the WACs, who wears an engagement ring, is also fixing her hair ~

The W.A.C. arrives in France  September, 1944

Gente della Guerra W. (The Women's Army Corps) arrives in France September, 1944

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"He was a famous trumpet man from out Chicago way. He had a boogie style that no one else could play. He was the top man at his craft, but then his number came up and he was gone with the draft. He's in the army now. He's blowin' reveille. He's the boogie woogie bugle boy of company B." Jan. 2, 1941: The Andrews Sisters, record the classic World War II hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." Image: Women's Army Corps (WAC) jacket worn by Staff Sergeant Margaret C. Frank.

May Women's Auxiliary Army Corps established. This jacket was worn by Staff Sergeant Margaret C. Frank, WAC, who was assigned to the Eighth Air Force in England as a telephone operator from 1943 to

35. Los años20.Introducción 2ªPARTE.Además, la producción en serie durante ésta década permitió que hubiera moda de diferentes precios y por tanto al alcance de más gente. Durante esta década se consiguió el voto femenino, la mentalidad cambiaba con rapidez, el nivel de urbanización aumentó vertiginosamente. Fue un momento importante en el ámbito artístico, fue la era del jazz, lo cual influyó en la moda convirtiéndose en ropa más “alocada”.

35. Los años20.Introducción 2ªPARTE.Además, la producción en serie durante ésta década permitió que hubiera moda de diferentes precios y por tanto al alcance de más gente. Durante esta década se consiguió el voto femenino, la mentalidad cambiaba con rapidez, el nivel de urbanización aumentó vertiginosamente. Fue un momento importante en el ámbito artístico, fue la era del jazz, lo cual influyó en la moda convirtiéndose en ropa más “alocada”.

Bob Hope and Frances Langford 1944 entertain troops in the South Pacific

Army Nurse Corps 2nd Lieutenant Frances Bullock applies a dressing to a wounded soldier’s hand in a field hospital (1943)

ANC (Army Nurse Corps) Lieutenant Frances Bullock applies a dressing to a wounded soldier’s hand in a field hospital, 1943 ~

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