Homefront photos of WWII

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Homefront photos of WWII

Post by South » 06 Sep 2018 09:41

https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/thes ... r-ii.html/

Good morning all,

Above is a collection of mostly homefront pictures. Most, as per my tally, are of Britain with a couple of Greek and German backgrounds. My tally far from accurate......still impressed with the class conscious society whereas curing tobacco while wearing a tie shows that the Yank tobacco farmers do not know how to dress properly.

What was ... what is ... a "typical childhood" ?

The article's editor indulged in too much of that single malt product from up north - or is just unskilled - to write "Some people followed the rules-others didn't". Literature involving the Revelation At Sinai explains this well prior to the Great War Part II.

After the photographer left, the 3 American GIs with the Armored Division patch, voted themselves a waiver and asked the 2 ladies for directions to a nice typical restaurant where all 5 could learn about the culture and cuisine and tightening tank treads - and they also invited along the Max Factor beautician.

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Besides chewing gum wrappers and cigarette pack wrappers with their recyclable foil, don't forget the apricot seeds for the gas mask filters. (And if you do buy a car, don't plan on a spare tire to be part of the sale.)

~ Bob
eastern Virginia, USA

Now, to read Sid's post which this inadvertently displaced from top of pile.

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Re: Homefront photos of WWII

Post by tigre » 08 Sep 2019 20:24

Hello to all :D; more................................

Great Britain 1939.

Source: LIFE 2 Oct 1939

Cheers. Raúl M 8-).
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