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American WWII WAAC ~

American WWII WAAC ~

The More Women at Work, the Sooner We Win!    ‘The more WOMEN at work the sooner we WIN! Women are needed as: Farm workers, Typists, Salespeople, Waitresses, Bus Drivers, Taxi Drivers, Timekeepers, Elevator Operators, Messengers, Laundresses, Teachers Conductors, and in hundreds of other war jobs! See Your Local U.S. Employment Service.’    Click to see more from our Workplace Posters in the United States collection.

The More Women at Work, the Sooner We Win! ‘The more WOMEN at work the sooner we WIN! Women are needed as: Farm workers, Typists, Salespeople, Waitresses, Bus Drivers, Taxi Drivers, Timekeepers, Elevator Operators, Messengers, Laundresses, Teachers Conductors, and in hundreds of other war jobs! See Your Local U.S. Employment Service.’ Click to see more from our Workplace Posters in the United States collection.

The Frank family: Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot.

The Frank family: Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot.

"Uncle Sam Set's The Best Table" ~ WWII ad for War Bonds, 1944. Sophomores set the best table ...buy prom tickets now!

"Uncle Sam Set's The Best Table" ~ WWII ad for War Bonds, 1944. Sophomores set the best table ...buy prom tickets now!

WAVES reading a news article about Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, August 1945 ~

WAVES reading a news article about Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, August 1945 ~

Italian poster, Gino Boccasile: The inhuman crimes of the “Gangsters Pilots” always points to the Government of the United Stat

Italian poster, Gino Boccasile: The inhuman crimes of the “Gangsters Pilots” always points to the Government of the United Stat

Late 1930's. German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.

Late 1930's. German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.

i'm struck by the image of white and black working together. was this a message about race? a call to ignore racism to defeat a greater enemy?

i'm struck by the image of white and black working together. was this a message about race? a call to ignore racism to defeat a greater enemy?

WW2  USA   1942-1945

WW2 USA 1942-1945

WAAC Insignia

WAAC Insignia

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