Every branch of the American military adopted pin-up girls as a symbol of unification during World War II. She may have been an actress or a model by vocation, but as a pin-up girl she was much more - she was the lover left behind, the dream girl one desired to cradle, the sister whose pen kept their world alive. This lone vision of beauty was all the goodness that had vanished....
By Brett Kiser
Paperback: 396 pages
Publisher: BearManor Media (September 20, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4115226
Format: PDF ePub djvu book
There is a good variety of pin-up girls listed in this book, but I was disappointed in the pictures. The pictures are small, black and white, and of very poor quality. They could easily be black and white copies of newspaper pictures.