THIS is everyone’s War… (Dec, 1942)

THIS is everyone’s War… if you are not able to serve in the Army or Navy, you can serve on the production front. Elmer is doing his duty by leaving his non-essential position and taking a job in the war plant.


  1. khazar-khum says: May 6, 20118:42 pm

    What’s wrong with her feet???

  2. Hirudinea says: May 6, 201110:37 pm

    @Khazar-Khum – Well looking at the size of her hubby mabye he steped on ’em.

  3. Abdul Alhazred says: May 7, 20119:03 am

    At least FDR didn’t tell them to go shopping.

  4. John says: May 7, 201112:12 pm

    Abdul: That’s an urban legend. http://usgovinfo.about…. and http://www.siouxcityjou…

    It was a fabrication by a writer for Time magazine named Frank Pellegrini.…

    Check your sources next time. You might want to try being more skeptical of things you didn’t hear first hand and less smug.

  5. Charlene says: May 7, 201111:35 pm

    I just want to know how she’s able to knit holding her needles like that.

  6. Toronto says: May 8, 201112:05 pm

    I just want to know what part of Lower Slobbovia they’re living in to need a radio set like that to hear President Roosevelt.

  7. John says: May 8, 201112:43 pm

    Toronto: Well based off of the telegraph key on the left of the table I would guess that’s Junior’s old ham radio station that he operated before joining the Signal Corps. I mean it is an amateur radio magazine, right? QST Journal? You think?

  8. John says: May 8, 20111:31 pm

    I almost forgot…the advertiser is a dead giveaway too. Hammerlund manufactured shortwave radios that looked suspiciously like the radio that upset you so much…

    The Hammerlund Super Pro…

  9. Al says: May 12, 20117:49 am

    Pathetic how clueless some are to the sacrifices of The United States of America in World War II.

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