Original U.S. WWII Homefront Ephemera Featuring “Remember Pearl Harbor”, Anti-Axis Propaganda, Nagasaki Map and Pictures of “Fat Man” Atomic Bomb - Over 50 Items
Original Items: Only One Grouping Available. Now this is an incredible grouping! This homefront grouping features close to 100 (or more!) different items, with a majority relating to the attack at Pearl Harbor! The attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 ignited not only anger towards the enemy, it also sparked a wildfire of patriotism in every American in all corners of the country. As the war effort was kicked into overdrive, Americans did everything they could to remind each other why they were fighting and what could be lost. A prime example of these reminders are the 2 license plate toppers you are looking at here. Both are very patriotic in nature and design, both with the slogan “Remember Pearl Harbor”. In the early years of WWII how could you not remember Pearl Harbor?
The grouping consists of countless paper items featuring anti-axis images, propaganda, “Remember Pearl Harbor” ties, banners and flags. Other items include a complete set of x50 Army Air Forces postcards, a period map of Nagasaki, “restricted” photos of the Atomic Bomb “Fat Man” with a bombing target. There are empty photo albums, flags, cloth table runners, pillow shams and plenty more to sort through. Be sure to study the photos for all the finer details! There are a lot of items to go through, making for an incredible research opportunity.
Comes more than ready for further research and display.
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