Cartoons: Women of World War II

Whether in uniform overseas or working the assembly lines at home, World War II meant a whole new world for women. Naturally, Post cartoonists were there.

WWII Cartoons

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"Now let's see your pass—this time without the gestures."  October 9, 1943

"Now let's see your pass—this time
without the gestures."
October 9, 1943

"So, I says to the boss---" November 20, 1943

"So, I says to the boss——"
November 20, 1943

"And when you go forth into the world, be it as riveters, welders or mechanics, keep ever bright before you the slogan of Sweet Lawn Seminary—'A lady, first, a lady always!'" June 5, 1943

"And when you go forth into the world,
be it as riveters, welders, or mechanics,
keep ever bright before you the slogan of
Sweet Lawn Seminary—'A lady, first, a lady always!'"
June 5, 1943

"It’s some game she learned in the Army."  August 22, 1942

"It’s some game she learned in the Army."
August 22, 1942

"Well, frankly, if he's in the armed forces, you don't need anything at all!" June 13, 1942

"Well, frankly, if he's in the armed forces, you don't need anything at all!"
June 13, 1942

"Do you suppose my working on an assembly line had anything to do with it?" October 16, 1943

"Do you suppose my working on an assembly line had anything to do with it?"
October 16, 1943

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