In 1917, Grosz joined with John Heartfield in protesting about the German wartime propaganda campaign against the allies.
Ace Hardware grew throughout the Midwest in the 1930s, and in the 1940s even among wartime shortages and rationing, Ace's innovative strategies met public needs, thus strengthening their reputation as a neighborhood store.
Torpedo -- or cone -- bras make their appearance time and time again as the economy shifts to a more positive outlook and they first made their debut after World War II, perhaps named for the torpedos used in wartime.
Dresses from the 1940s can be a bit trickier, as wartime day dresses were not in wide use (women more frequently wore suits or a factory uniform) and rationing meant that the dresses were worn until they fell apart.
With grimly emotive voice acting set in a realistic re-creation of wartime Normandy, this game never stops reminding us that, though we may be having a lot of fun with this game, war is distinctly not fun.
For example, the working khaki uniform worn by officers and chief petty officers on ship is not only comfortable for everyday wear but also fire resistant, an added protection during wartime.
As the auto industry recovered from the Great Depression and began production of wartime vehicles during World War II, the rest of the economy also began to heal from the losses of the 1930s.
Technology gave the gift of nylons to women, but then wartime took it away, leaving women to draw seams on the backs of their legs in an attempt to look as if they were wearing stockings.
It's one of the few Wartime laws I agreed with.
7680 (1915); Sir Edward Cook, The Press in Wartime (1920); Sir Philip Gibbs, Realities of War (1920); Neville Lytton, The Press and the General Staff (1921) Maj.-Gen.