During World War Two patriotism was as high as it has ever been. So was propaganda. And there was no televison. Thousands of recruiting posters and magazine advertisements were created by famous illustrators of the times. They hung in store windows, on post office walls, and in the lobbies of government buildings. Displayed here for your viewing are some of the most eye-catching ones that abounded in the '40s. Ironically women didn't really need these glamorous posters to entice them to join. Over four hundred thousand women accepted the challenge and served America in uniform in WWII.
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