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WWII Patriotic "We Can Do It" Poster by J. Howard Miller Featuring Woman Factory Workers
Final Dimensions (width x height): 18" x 24"From the archives of LIFE magazine, this image is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. This image comes from the historical archives of LIFE Magazine. Read More Item #3826906
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Women's Fashion During WWI: 1914–1920
From 1914–1920, fashion was influenced by WWI, and a simpler style became the trend. A military influence brought the classic trench coat.
Dig For Victory!
At the start of WWII the Government realized that they would not have enough food to feed the people if the war lasted for more than a few months. Before the war Britain imported over 55 million tons of food a year - much of it from Canada and the USA. Once the war started, the ships once used for hauling food across the ocean were either needed for transporting troops and ammunition or were targeted by the enemy. In order to feed the people the British government launched 'The Dig for…
Australian Women’s Land Army in WW2
I recall Mum mentioning that the mother of a girl at school had been in the land army in WW2 – Recruitment Poster below. So, as we were in the 75th anniversary years of WW2, I decided to inve…
A Visual History of Cookery
A new Visual History of Cookery guides us through culinary imagery from the Roman Empire to the present day via paintings, photographs, illustrations and adverts. Take a look at some of the most striking images here