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World War I and World War II Related Images: Poster Loose Lips might sink ships. #ww2 #poster #looselips

Dr Psychotic's Photo Gallery - World War I and World War II Related Images Photo 34 Poster Loose Lips might sink ships

Cafe Open. In the event of invasion, we shall close for half an hour. Britain, no further info.

Black and white and read all over - historywars: British Humor , 1940

Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema Picture: GETTY IMAGES

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War - Telegraph Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema Picture: GETTY IMAGES

WOMEN ON THE HOME FRONT 1939 - 1945  Poster recruiting women into the war effort: “Join the WRENS and free a man to join the fleet.”

WOMEN ON THE HOME FRONT 1939 - 1945 Poster recruiting women into the war effort: “Join the WRENS and free a man to join the fleet. I'm pinning this picture, because it illustrates something in a book I'm currently reading.

Office of War Information, Washington, D.C U. S. Government Printing Office :1942

US WW II A Careless word. a needless sinking Artist: Anton Otto Fischer, 1942 Dimensions: 28 x 22 inches OWI Poster No. 24 Office of War Information, Washington, D.

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Summary execution of German camp guards at Dachau by US troops Infantry Division

Allied POWS cheer as an American tank breaks through the barbed wire surrounding the POW camp in Hammelburg, Germany on April 8, 1945.    I am not sure if this was my father's prison or not, could be.

Allied POWS cheer as an American tank breaks through the barbed wire surrounding the POW camp in Hammelburg, Germany on April Armored Division

US WW II..."Stop this! Stop it now, with more ships -- more planes -- more guns. Saving their lives is our job!" Produce for Victory!...16

World War II Posters: Buy bonds, Importance of the Merchant Marine, Rules at Sea

General Dwight Eisenhower, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and General Omar Bradley test fire the M1 Carbine (ca. 1943).

General Dwight Eisenhower, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and General Omar Bradley test fire the Carbine in

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