U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer "Official Army Photographer" ID card belonging to Charles R. of the 161st Signal Photographic Company at Fort Benning, Ga., June 1942.
Syd Greenberg was an US Army Signal Corps photographer assigned to the China-Burma-India theater of operations, documenting how American and Chinese Nationalist troops fought the Japanese.
Vintage gum ad -- although this ad was from before I was born, I sure loved the gum. That is until 7th grade when my mother sent me to Charm School at a very nice department store. I remember the woman saying in this haughty voice "Cows chew their cud. Young ladies do not chew gum because if they do, they will look like cows chewing their cud." I have not had a piece of gum since that day! lol
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SYPHILIS ~ stay away from dance halls! Watch yourselves, ladies! It would appear that wartime soldiers were STD-riddled whores! ;D
A Rhino barge docked with LST-347 in Portland Harbor, Dorset, England, United Kingdom during preparations for the Normandy invasion, 1 Jun 1944.
US soldiers of the 791st Ordnance (91st Division) reading a 'rumorboard' in Bologna, Italy, 1945. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)
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