What's a graphic novel about women in WWII without Rosie the Riveter? Great recruitment posters & ads from WWII.

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What's a graphic novel about women in WWII without Rosie the Riveter? Great recruitment posters & ads from WWII.

Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park.  During World War II, the Kaiser Shipyard, in Richmond California built more ships than any other shipyard in the world...turning out a ready to sail Liberty Ship about every 2 weeks!  The Red Oak Victory is berthed at this park and available for tours.

Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park. During World War II, the Kaiser Shipyard, in Richmond California built more ships than any other shipyard in the world...turning out a ready to sail Liberty Ship about every 2 weeks! The Red Oak Victory is berthed at this park and available for tours.

Rosie the Riveter - Rosie was a fictional character created to represent women "doing their part" to the help the American war effort during the Second World War.

Rosie the Riveter - Rosie was a fictional character created to represent women "doing their part" to the help the American war effort during the Second World War.

LEGO WYLDSTYLE  as ROSIE THE RIVETER —  "WE CAN BUILD IT"  (Size XL)   | eBay

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Photos of real women working in the factories accompanied the press campaign

Who was Rosie the Riveter?

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, located in the wartime boomtown of Richmond, California, preserves and interprets the stories and places of our nation's home front response to World War II.

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, located in the wartime boomtown of Richmond, California, preserves and interprets the stories and places of our nation's home front response to World War II.

Life magazine cover photo of August 9, 1943 shows steelworker Ann Zarik at work with her torch.

Life magazine cover photo of August 9, 1943 shows steelworker Ann Zarik at work with her torch.

Sante Fe Railroad ad singing the praises of its women workers.

Sante Fe Railroad ad singing the praises of its women workers.

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