Tara Moss

Tara Moss

Author of 11 books. UNICEF Ambassador. Doctoral candidate, USYD. Interested in books, art, sewing, vintage and WW2 and post war history.
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British WWII recruitment poster, "Every woman not doing vital work is needed now in the ATS and WAAF"

15 badass women of World War II you didn't learn about in history class.

15 badass women of World War II, Nancy Wake, Allied spy helped POWs and others wanted by the Nazis to escape.

Valerie Snowden, posing for a Chance Vought Aircraft advertisment, which was later illustrated by Ray Quigley. 1942. ( You will enjoy reading her story! )

Valerie Snowden, posing for a Chance Vought Aircraft advertisment, which was later illustrated by Ray Quigley. ( You will enjoy reading her story!

James Stewart being awarded the Croix De Guerre medal for his service in the military, 1944.

Colonel James Stewart (yes the Hollywood actor) receives the Croix de Guerre from the French government for his military service in Europe. He served with the US Army Air Force rfom

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Woman training to operate lathe, NYA War Production and Training Center, Washington :: Views of African American Life in Maryland - Enoch Pratt Free Library

1941 - Blitz Canteen: Women of the Women's Voluntary Service run a Mobile Canteen in London, England,

Blitz Canteen: Women of the women's voluntary service run a mobile canteen in London, England, 1941 ~

One of the many women who worked manufacturing the war machines that propelled Allied Forces to victory in World War II was Pauline Mauck. She was a real life “Rosie the Riveter” who worked in a Republic Aviation P-47 plant in Evansville, Iowa during WWII. She posed on the propeller of one of the planes coming out of the plant and it became an iconic image during the war.

One of the many women who worked manufacturing the war machines that propelled Allied Forces to victory in World War II was Pauline Mauck. She was a real life “Rosie the Riveter” who worked in a Republic Aviation plant in Evansville, Iowa during WWII.