Cartoons: Military Merriment

From plummeting planes to awkward homecomings, these World War II soldiers can find the humor in just about anything!

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“I wouldn’t worry about it, sir. They probably spelled your name right in the later editorials.”
Gentry
January 6, 1940

 

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“Test Pilot Halloway calling. The radio works fine!”
February 24, 1940

 

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“I think we’d better speak to that new girl in the packing department.”
Gus Lundberg
December 28, 1940

 

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“I wish the boys back at the office could see me now – back at the office.”
December 6, 1941

 

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“One thing I can’t understand about this sentry business. Can you imagine anybody answering ‘Foe’?”
William Von Riegen
December 6, 1941

 

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“Sergeant, I must commend the fine spirit of co-operation in your men!”
Dave Breger
December 6, 1941

 

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“It was one of the hula-hula South Sea posters that sucked me into the Marines.”
Berry
December 20, 1941

 

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December 4, 1943

 

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“Would you believe it if I told you you’re the first girl I’ve danced with in over three years?”
Jeff Keate
December 2, 1944

 

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“If you think I’ve grown!”
Harry Lampert
December 2, 1944

 

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