WWII The Bulldozer magazine of Combined Ops – with Jane cartoons!
Jane - keeping up morale in as her knickers fell down. A special cartoon for submarine crew. How the Daily Mirror helped Britain win the war beneath the waves
Jane ~ "Britain's & best-loved WWII pin-up. A scintillating, blue eyed, blonde-haired, clothes-phobic cartoon legend by Norman Pett", & modeled by Chrystabel Leighton-Porter.
1932 - "Jane at war" by Norman Pett and Don Freeman.
Jane was a comic strip by Norman Pett that appeared in the British Daily Mirror during the war, and comic strip was a good name for it as it featured regular mild nudity.
Panel "Art - My Little Dog" - Hubbard - The Long and Short of it All: A Dachshund Dog News Magazine: Dachshunds in Pop Culture: Fritz and the "Jane" Cartoon Series
Jane by Norman Pett 1932