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A Brief History of Illustration (Part II) - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

A Brief History of Illustration (Part II

"I Want You for The Navy" ~ WWI recruiting poster by Howard Chandler Christy,

Marguerite Higgins (1920-1966), WWII War Correspondent. American reporter and war correspondent. Higgins covered World War II, the Korean War and the war in Vietnam, and in the process advanced the cause of equal access for female war correspondents. While on assignment in late 1965, Higgins contracted leishmaniasis, a tropical disease that led to her death.

She was an American reporter & war correspondent during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

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Other Military Women in World War II - Military women in World War II were a new phenomenon, but they made a significant impact. Read about roles of military women in World War II.

WAVES in formation during training, c. 1944, World War II.

WAVES in formation during training, c. 1944 ~ My grandma Helen Howe joined the waves.

Left to right, sisters Ellen, Evelyn, Dorothy, and Florence Gahm, of Boulder, all served during the same time during World War II.

Left to right: Sisters Ellen, Evelyn, Dorothy, and Florence Gahm, all served…

The W.A.C. (The Women's Army Corps) arrives in France  September, 1944

Gente della Guerra W. (The Women's Army Corps) arrives in France September, 1944

A canister of Zyklon B found in the Dachau concentration camp and clearly marked as poison with a skull and crossbones

Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany - A canister of Zyklon B clearly marked as poison with a skull and crossbones

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