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Military, War and Army Recruiting Ads of the 1940s

Old Dutch Cleanser’s 5th War Bond Drive – Buy More War Bonds Now (1944)
Old Dutch Cleanser’s 5th War Bond Drive – Buy More War Bonds Now (1944)
Keep Em Firing Fighting Oldsmobile (1942)
Keep Em Firing Fighting Oldsmobile (1942)
Gimbel’s War Bonds – Buy War Bonds (1943)
Gimbel’s War Bonds – Buy War Bonds (1943)
"U.s. Fights for the Solomons" ~~11 Page Article (1942)
"U.s. Fights for the Solomons" ~~11 Page Article (1942)
General Cable Corporation’s Army Navy "E" – A Shock for Mr. Hitler (1943)
General Cable Corporation’s Army Navy "E" – A Shock for Mr. Hitler (1943)
U. S. Government’s Tin Cans – Tin Is Saved Now In The Making Of Tin Cans (1943)
U. S. Government’s Tin Cans – Tin Is Saved Now In The Making Of Tin Cans (1943)
Standard Oil Company of California’s Army Navy "E" – The Winning of the West (1943)
Standard Oil Company of California’s Army Navy "E" – The Winning of the West (1943)
Aluminum Company of America’s V-Mail – Can you send me this kind of letter? (1943)
Aluminum Company of America’s V-Mail – Can you send me this kind of letter? (1943)
Norwich Pharmacal Co.’s Army Navy "E" – To Norwich War-Time Workers for Excellence (1943)
Norwich Pharmacal Co.’s Army Navy "E" – To Norwich War-Time Workers for Excellence (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Food Fights For Freedom Program – A letter you’ll want to read twice (1943)
War Advertising Council’s Food Fights For Freedom Program – A letter you’ll want to read twice (1943)
P. R. Mallory & Co.’s 6th War Loan – Let’s Finish the Job – and Bridge the Gap to Victory (1944)
P. R. Mallory & Co.’s 6th War Loan – Let’s Finish the Job – and Bridge the Gap to Victory (1944)
Chevrolet War Equipment (1942)
Chevrolet War Equipment (1942)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – "Why Am I Dying?" (1944)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s 5th War Loan – "Why Am I Dying?" (1944)
Stanco, makers of Nujol’s War Bonds – Words Won’t Stop The Enemy (1943)
Stanco, makers of Nujol’s War Bonds – Words Won’t Stop The Enemy (1943)