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My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning

World War 2 Poster, "I've found the job where I fit best!" find your war job in industry, agriculture, business

Military Gals!

American propaganda during World War II - Bring him home sooner. Join the WAVES, U. Navy poster, WAVES ("Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service"

Women at War New York Central Line WWII 1940 by BloominLuvly

Art Print Women at War New York Central Line WWII 1940

High schoolers could help bring in the crops: Be a Victory Farm Volunteer in the U.S. Crop Corps

Be A Victory Farm Volunteer in The U.S Crop Corps, See Your Principal U. Dept of Agriculture 1943 National Victory Farm Volunteers

"Join us in a Victory Job" ~ This WWII women's recruitment propaganda poster was used to target women to join the female branches of the armed services or participate in industrial or agricultural work around the country. The hard skilled labors of women helped in the victory of the war.

& Us in a Victory Job& was a Second World War recruiting poster created by Maurice Bramley in the Department of National Service.

"I'd rather be with them...than waiting"...WWII recruitment poster for WAC.

Women's Army Corps recruiting poster from WWII. My sponsor was a WAC, these gals were legit

1940s “Women - There's Work to be Done” WWII Propaganda War Poster - 24x36 #Vintage

1940s “Women - There's Work to be Done” WWII Propaganda War Poster - 24x36

Second World War poster recruiting women into war work, issued by the War Manpower Commission and the Office of War Information, Museum Number

Women's Army Corps (WAC) recruitment poster entiled 'Woman's Place In War' states that 'The Army of the United States has 239 kinds of jobs for women' and highlights one of them, that of 'Topographic Draftsman,' accompanied by an illustration of a uniformed woman at work on a map, early to mid 1940s.

World War II poster. Woman's place in the,war. The Woman's Army Corp recruiting poster.