~ Linia Belt, 1940via Flickr

~ Linia Belt, 1940
via Flickr

jenbebe:

~ Dura-Glass nail polish, 1943. 

"You must be busy - who isn’t, with all the extra war work there is to do?"

jenbebe:

~ Dura-Glass nail polish, 1943. 

"You must be busy - who isn’t, with all the extra war work there is to do?"
~ The Australian Women’s Weekly, April 17, 1943via Trove"Come on, housewife. Take a Victory job."

~ The Australian Women’s Weekly, April 17, 1943
via Trove

"Come on, housewife. Take a Victory job."

~ American Institute of Public Opinion survey, 1941via Historical OpinionRecommended: the Historical Opinion twitter for more opinions from history.

~ American Institute of Public Opinion survey, 1941
via Historical Opinion

Recommended: the Historical Opinion twitter for more opinions from history.

~ Vita-Weat Crispbread, 1941via Flickr

~ Vita-Weat Crispbread, 1941
via Flickr

~ Pacific Factag Fabrics, Life magazine, May 24, 1943via Vintage Ads LiveJournal(click to enlarge)"The Pacific Factag is part of the Battle of Elm Street…a weapon just as surely as a gun is a weapon."

~ Pacific Factag Fabrics, Life magazine, May 24, 1943
via Vintage Ads LiveJournal
(click to enlarge)

"The Pacific Factag is part of the Battle of Elm Street…a weapon just as surely as a gun is a weapon."

~ WW2 British Home Front poster, c. 1940-1945via Imperial War Museum

~ WW2 British Home Front poster, c. 1940-1945
via Imperial War Museum

~ Ministry of Food poster, Great Britain, 1939-1945Imperial War Museum

~ Ministry of Food poster, Great Britain, 1939-1945
Imperial War Museum

~ Stromberg-Carlson ad for War Bonds and radios, 1943via Flickr(click to enlarge)"The same skill that brought you the magic of FM radio will bring you new miracles of sound…Remember this, when you consider your post-war radio."

~ Stromberg-Carlson ad for War Bonds and radios, 1943
via Flickr
(click to enlarge)

"The same skill that brought you the magic of FM radio will bring you new miracles of sound…Remember this, when you consider your post-war radio."

~ Bob Martin’s Fit and Hysteria Powders, July 1940via Grace’s Guide

~ Bob Martin’s Fit and Hysteria Powders, July 1940
via Grace’s Guide

~ Gold Seal Salmon, c. 1939-1945via Library and Archives Canada(click to enlarge)

~ Gold Seal Salmon, c. 1939-1945
via Library and Archives Canada
(click to enlarge)

~ WAC Recruiting,  Seventeen Magazine, 1944via Seventeen Magazine Vintage(click to enlarge)

~ WAC Recruiting, Seventeen Magazine, 1944
via Seventeen Magazine Vintage
(click to enlarge)

~ The Sunday Morning Star, April 23, 1939(click to enlarge)"Would we be incensed if the soldier was of foreign birth…or belonged to a church other than ours?"

~ The Sunday Morning Star, April 23, 1939
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"Would we be incensed if the soldier was of foreign birth…or belonged to a church other than ours?"

~ Campana Balm, Ladies’ Home Journal, c. 1940-1945via Flickr(click to enlarge)"John is so hand-conscious! I was almost scared to take a war-job - for fear it would ruin my hands and our romance!"

~ Campana Balm, Ladies’ Home Journal, c. 1940-1945
via Flickr
(click to enlarge)

"John is so hand-conscious! I was almost scared to take a war-job - for fear it would ruin my hands and our romance!"

~ Toronto Star Weekly, October 10, 1942via Library and Archives Canada(click to enlarge)

~ Toronto Star Weekly, October 10, 1942
via Library and Archives Canada
(click to enlarge)