A 1942 propaganda poster that encouraged women to take up jobs during WWII.
Professionally printed archival print.
During WWII, the American illustrator Adolph Treidler produced at least five posters touting Women Ordnance Workers, otherwise known as WOW’s. These women worked for a variety of companies making ordnance (military materiel including weapons, ammunition, combat vehicles, and maintenance tools and equipment) for use by the various United States armed forces.
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