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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – Seven things you should do: (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – Seven things you should do: (1943)
Commercial Solvents Corporation’s War Stamps – Return Ticket for Dad (1944)
Commercial Solvents Corporation’s War Stamps – Return Ticket for Dad (1944)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – 1,542 Bullets (1943)
War Production Board’s Waste Fats – 1,542 Bullets (1943)
Fisher Wwii Navy Army Air Force Marine Gi Ad T (1945)
Fisher Wwii Navy Army Air Force Marine Gi Ad T (1945)
Bankers Trust Company’s Victory Bonds – Buy Victory Bonds (1945)
Bankers Trust Company’s Victory Bonds – Buy Victory Bonds (1945)
Public National Bank’s 7th War Loan – The Valor And Sacrifice (1945)
Public National Bank’s 7th War Loan – The Valor And Sacrifice (1945)
Bowery Savings Bank’s Anti-inflation – It Could Happen Here... but it Won’t (1944)
Bowery Savings Bank’s Anti-inflation – It Could Happen Here... but it Won’t (1944)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – "For gallantry above and beyond the call of duty" (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – "For gallantry above and beyond the call of duty" (1943)
"The U.s. Fleet Goes Into Action"~ 10 Page Article (1942)
"The U.s. Fleet Goes Into Action"~ 10 Page Article (1942)
Upjohn Company’s War Bonds – This War Loan (1944)
Upjohn Company’s War Bonds – This War Loan (1944)
Wwii Navy Ships Art Collectible Dodge (1944)
Wwii Navy Ships Art Collectible Dodge (1944)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – Mister – you’re getting paid in Dynamite (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Anti-inflation – Mister – you’re getting paid in Dynamite (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – This Year’s Bonds Are To Win (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – This Year’s Bonds Are To Win (1943)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – Are Your Pockets Stripped For Action? (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – Are Your Pockets Stripped For Action? (1944)