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Rosie The Riveter Action Figure

WE CAN DO IT! Her inspirational WWII poster has come to symbolize the important, and previously dismissed, contributions of women in the history of America and now the Rosie the Riveter Action Figure is here to liberate your action figure collection. Standing a proud and powerful 5-1/4" tall, Rosie the Riveter is made of hard vinyl with movable arms, legs and head. A symbol of female empowerment, she's a perfect present for anyone who needs a little boost. Put her on your desk at work to let people know you're not to be messed with. She's ready to lead you to victory! Action figure of Rosie the Riveter Can be posed like her famous poster Can beat up all your GI Joes

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Enlist in the WAVES

On the same team. Enlist in the WAVES.  Apply to your nearest Navy recruiting station or office of Naval Officer Recruitment. Naval recruiting poster during WWII, circa 1940s. WWII poster.

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An Army Tailor and an Auxiliary Territorial Service Tailoress | Art UK

Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK. Featuring over 275,000 artworks by over 50,000 artists.

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Grace Murray Hopper - Vassar College Encyclopedia

My personal Hero: Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, USNR (1906-1992). Hopper earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics when it was rare for women to even go to college. She joined the WAVES in WWII and retired in 1986 at the age of 80 with the rank of Rear Admiral, being the oldest member of the Navy on active duty. Grace Hopper was also one of the foremost pioneers in the field of computing - she was a programmer on the Mark I at Harvard Labs during WWII.

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14. The Women of World War II

Welcome to ep. 14 of our DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire. It's Aviation History Month so this week, we're talking about women's contribution to the air services in Britain and the United States. That includes the Women's Royal Air Force, the Women's Auxiliary Air Force, the Air Transport Auxiliary, the Women's Flying Training Detachment, the Women's Auxiliary Flying Squadron, the Women's Air Service Pilots, and Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service.

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Sailor Beware! - Men's T-Shirt / White / L

From WWII, 'Sailor beware! Loose talk can cost lives.' 1942.

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Soldiers Without Guns ~ Vintage World War 2. Poster

Your walls are a reflection of your personality, so let them speak with your favorite quotes, art, or designs printed on our custom Giclee posters! Choose from up to 5 unique, high quality paper types to meet your creative or business needs. All are great options that feature a smooth surface with vibrant full color printing. Using pigment-based inks (rather than dye-based inks), your photos and artwork will be printed at the highest resolution, preserving all their original detail and their full-color spectrum. Browse through standard or custom size posters and framing options to create art that’s a perfect representation of you. Gallery quality Giclee prints Ideal for vibrant artwork and photo reproduction Matte finish with an acid-free smooth surface Pigment-based inks for full-color spectrum high-resolution printing 45 lb., 7.5 point thick poster paper Available in custom sizing up to 60” Custom framing options available when poster is added to cart

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Are You Doing All You Can? - Print / Canvas / 17 x 22

Are you doing all you can? This colorful motivational poster from the General Cable Corporation uses Uncle Sam's hand ripping through red and white stripes to exhort citizens to get involved in the war effort. Vintage WWII poster, 1942.

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