World War II Posters 1000 Piece Puzzle
America's entry into WWII assured Allied victory. Our sleepy inward nation was abruptly awakened by the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The country tapped its vast natural resources and its citizens to supply its response with an "Arsenal of Democracy".
Famed British author Norman Davies noted that American forces fought with distinction on two fronts, but that it was our home factories that turned the tide. In the late 1930's, American industry produced consumer goods at a dog's pace. By 1943, we were rolling a new tank off the line every 5 minutes, a new airplane every hour, and an aircraft carrier every week!
This 1000-piece puzzle of World War II propaganda posters tells the story from the Home Front. Who wouldn't recognize Rosey the Riveter, the woman, sporting a red bandana, her bicep in the air, saying "...We Can Do It!". Or the the poster warning against spies with "...Loose Lips Sink Ships".
By the time you have completed our puzzle, you'll be, once again, very proud of the Greatest Generation.
Finished size 24''x30''. Made in USA from recycled materials.
Mr. Davies book No Simple Vicotory is available here. One of our all-time favorites.