The blackest canvas: U.S. Army courts and the trials of war criminals in Post-World War II Europe
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A “Woman’s Job”: A visual analysis of World War I and World War II images of women in the United States Wollney, Easton Nicole; 0000-0003-2981-8060 (2017-08)Throughout time, Rosie the Riveter has become a feminist icon, but what is it that makes Rosie so memorable to women in the United States? The purpose of this study is to analyze popular print representations of women ...
Krenek, Harry Lynn (Texas Tech University, 1979-08)NOT AVAILABLE
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1975)