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This picture caught my attention because of the implication that the navy would bring husbands back sooner

Vintage War POSTER.Home Interior.Join U.S Navy. interior Room art Decor.860

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

USA poster, Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Domestic Operations Branch. Bureau of Special Services 1943 - 1945

American poster, Office for Emergency Management. Bureau of Special Services 1943 - 1945

World War 2 Propaganda style Pinup Posters by Britt Dietz, in this tribute to the WAVES! The WAVES (or Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) were a part of the US Navy and much like the WAC/SPARS counterparts very crucial to the war effort.

1942 - FDR signs act establishing WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service)

Great Captain America Fan Art Posters

"Fighting for Victoty" (Captain America), [A 'Retro Style' Propaganda Poster based on the 2011 movie, Size: x - Illustration and Design by Randy Martinez and Ollie Boyd.

John Falter poster shows a telegram from a wounded sweetheart, suggesting that women enlisted to support their male loved ones as an act of patriotic duty. This did  motivate many, but women joined for many reasons. Some women had never left their hometowns and yearned for the excitement of travel, jobs and new friends. Others joined to escape unfulfilling, low-paying jobs or to use their skills and talents in formerly male-only roles.

Waves Recruitment poster ~ "This poster, depicting a telegraph from a wounded sweetheart at the battlefront, suggests that women enlisted in the Navy to support their male loved ones, as an act of patriotic duty." By John Falter, 1945

Joan of Arc poster, United States, World War I   This is a selection of World War I and II posters from the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections Division collections. Included are propaganda on purchasing war bonds, the importance of national security and posters from allied and axis powers.

Joan of Arc poster, United States, World War I.This is a selection of World War I and II posters from the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections Division collections.

Need Women to Work

'WWII - US Government recruiting poster for women workers. With increasing numbers of men involved in military duties, women workers had become of strategic importance. Their contribution was vital to final victory.

WWII poster

Canadian WWII poster, We're in the army now and your aid is vital!

Top 10 Most Successful Companies Founded by Women -  Women’s Military Organizations of the World Wars

Top 10 Most Successful Companies Founded by Women

In world war two there was a constant need for women to help and join the Women's Army Corps, which is also known as W. The Women's Army Corps also wanted to inspirer young girls to join and help in the war when they are older.