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With the advent of the World War ll, millions of men were torn from their homes and plunged into the impersonal surroundings of the barrack room. They took with them a few personal belongings to remind them of home, and to make their 'space' a little more
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This beautiful little book is a little like a compilation of pictures (mainly photographs) such as you might find in an issue of Health and Efficiency - the girls in the photos are mostly exquisite to look at, and it's small wonder the servicemen of the allied nations had them in their possession... It's a lovely book with some quite stunning ladies, but for me, it could have been much bigger (as in the number of pages)! Source: Books Monthly 17/02/2016From the Publisher:
Mike Brown was Head of History in a London School and is an author, broadcaster and authority on the fashions of the forties and fifties. He is the author of 'The 1940s Look', 'The 1950s Look' (Sabrestorm) and has to date written many books on wartime Britain. Mike lives in South London and having retired from teaching now works full-time writing, giving talks and doing research.
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Book Description Sabrestorm, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. This concise guide reviews the nude photography, erotic art and cheeky pin-ups of the 1940s, from Norman Pett's famous Jane cartoons to American Mutoscope illustrations, sold from vending machines at amusement arcades. Seller Inventory # 508420
Book Description Sabrestorm Publishing, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1781220026
Book Description Sabrestorm Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1781220026
Book Description Sabrestorm Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Condition: BRAND NEW. Seller Inventory # 1781220026_abe_bn