Cartoons: The Spirited Soldiers of World War II

In the 1940s, The Saturday Evening Post did its best to cheer people up amidst the grim reports from the war. These cartoons gave readers a brief respite from their worries.

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In the 1940s, The Saturday Evening Post did its best to cheer people up amidst the grim reports from the war. These cartoons gave readers a brief respite from their worries.

 

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“Another carfull of dames coming, I guess.”
May 19, 1945

 

 

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November 27, 1943

 

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“Oddly enough, he’s shot down 14 Zeros with that thing.”
John Jarvis
April 4, 1945

 

 

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“I grew lonesome while you were gone, and adopted them.”
Chon Day
July 21, 1945

 

 

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“Are you sure this film was taken from Colonel Ferguson’s wing camera?”
July 7, 1945

 

 

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Corks
June 30, 1945

 

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