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NARA Coast to Coast: The Coupon Craze of the 1940s | NARAtions

The economy has been at the top of the newscasts, not to mention peoples' thoughts, for several years now with no end in sight. Although there has been prosperity since World War II, during the difficult war years the 

The planets of the Solar System, according to crazed pulp comics

The planets of the Solar System, according to crazed pulp comics of the 1940s. Back in the Forties, the science fiction rag Planet Comics published the ongoing feature "Life On Other Worlds." This section peppered scientific 

The Jitterbug Dance (1940's)

The Jitterbug was very popular shortly before World War II and continued its craze throughout wartime. American GIs in Europe spread the jitterbug dance to their overseas counterparts (despite loud protests from European 

1940s Hairstyles ? The Sidesweep Craze of 1945 | Glamourdaze

Tilted hats create side-swept hairdos - 1940s hairstyles bend to suit the new hat designs of the mid 1940s Off-to-one-side! It's the most talked of fashion.

1940s Hairstyles in craze today | New Hair Ideas

Hairstyles from the 1940s include undoes and peek-a-boo bangs. Women everywhere have their own versions of the up do, another great style in 1940s hair. If your hair is shoulder length or longer, the up do is easy. It's a great option for bad 

Goldfish Swallowing (1940's)

The Goldfish Swallowing Craze of the 1940's Other Colleges Join in on the Goldfish Swallowing Fad. Swallowing Goldfish in the 1940's With the inadvertent media exposure, news of Withington swallowing a live goldfish 

vintage everyday: The 'No Hat' Craze, c.1940

Child performers, Sydney Showground, ca. 1930s. 35 years after the fall: The Vietnam War in picture. Beatiful Photographs of Street Scene in London, 1960's. Cool ?Man's Life? Magazine Covers Circa the 1950s · Linkwithin. Labels: 1940s 

Is the development craze in Midtown spreading to nearby

s original factory, The Ford Piquette Area Plant, Milwaukee Junction was one of the city's most productive industrial areas in the first half of the 20th century. "At its peak in the 1940s, some 33,000 people worked in Milwaukee 

The Antioxidant Craze: Do They Work? | Science-Based Life

Their story began in the 1940s when a physician-chemist named Denham Harman set out to determine the biochemical explanation for aging. As a young man, he had worked in the lubricating department of Shell?a place 

Definition of 1940s

the decade from to 1949