Women of WWII Zippered Pouch
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During World War II, approximately 350,000 women served in the U.S. Armed Forces, both at home and overseas. They included the Women’s Air force Service, or WASPs, The Women’s Army Corps, or WAACs, Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service, WAVES, The Marine Corps Women’s Reserve and the Coast Guard Women’s Reserve, SPARS after the motto Semper Paratus - Always Ready.
On the home front, women went to work supporting the war effort in various jobs vacated by men who had enlisted to serve.
This zippered pouch measures 5.5" x 8.5" and is decorated with reproduction recruiting posters from WWII.