USAAF Recruiting Posters

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  1. Micdrow

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    Couple of what look to be old WWII posters for recruiting. I put them into pdf format so you can zoom in to read them. Some interesting stuff, especially the pay.

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    Hum :)
    great document :)

    thanks
     
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    Very interesting document document, as all you share with us. :p

    Dear Micdrow, do you put some examples of pays at differents jobs for comparison at the same epoch?


    Jan.
     
  4. Micdrow

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    Sorry Jan, I do not. I will keep my eyes open for it though.
     
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    Thanks for posting this Micdrow.
     
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    Interesting, Paul. And, oh yea... the pay wasn't the greatest in those
    days. But, on the other hand, two hundred dollars was a lot of money
    in the 40's.

    Charles
     
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