WW II Recruiting Poster: 'Are You A Girl With A Star-Spangled Heart?'

WW II Recruiting Poster: 'Are You A Girl With A Star-Spangled Heart?'

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This is a World War II Recruiting Poster for the Women's Army Corps.

Over 150,000 American women served in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) during World War II, the first women other than nurses to serve within the ranks of the United States Army.

Today in WW II: 12 May 1941 Konrad Zuse, a German engineer working alone, completed the Z3, later determined to be the first fully operational electromechanical computer. Isolated by WW II, Zuse's work was unknown in the US and UK until after the war.  More 
12 May 1942 Second Battle of Kharkov, eastern Ukraine: Red Army offensive captures Kharkov from Germans who later encircle and destroy the Soviet forces [12-28 May].
12 May 1943 Organized Axis resistance in North Africa ends.
12 May 1943 Third Washington Conference, the Trident Conference between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill begins in Washington, DC [12-27 May].
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