World War II Women Recruitment Poster
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"For your country's sake today--For your own sake tomorrow. Go to the nearest recruiting station of the armed service of your choice." Poster by Steele Savage, 1944. Thousands of women served with distinction during the Second World War. The United States fought in World War II from December 8, 1941, until the Japanese surrendered in August, 1945. Click here to enlarge.
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