POSTERS OF THE WORLD WAR II ERA
TIME-LINE EVENTS FOR OCTOBER: To read more about an event, click [ "MORE" ]
Oct 2 - The final German attack towards Moscow begins (operation Typhoon). [ READ MORE]
Oct 15 - Rains stop German advance to Moscow due to deep mud which stops both tanks and infantry.
Oct 16 - Russian government leaves Moscow, the Germans occupy Odessa.
Oct 17-- General Tojo becomes Japan's prime minister [ MORE ON TOJO]
Oct 21- Churchill orders top priority to the Enigma decoders. [ READ MORE] ON CODE BREAKING.
Oct 14 - Athens is liberated
Oct 20 - The Marines land in Leyte, in the Philippines. In response, the Japanese Navy begins to use Kamikaze suicide pilots.
Blues In The Night [ TUNE IN ] Besame Mucho [TUNE IN] I'll Never Smile Again [TUNE IN] When I Grow Too Old To Dream [ CLICK HERE ] Along The Navajo Trail [LISTEN]
You Belong To My Heart [ TUNE IN ] 1940's music collection [ LISTEN IN ]
State Fair [WATCH] Julia Ross [WATCH]
MORE RADIO SHOWS INCLUDING DRAMA, COMEDY, ECT. [ TUNE IN HERE ]
WWII Aircraft history: Whistling Death, The Corsair [CLICK HERE]
A COLLECTION OF 1944 RADIO AND NEWSREELS [CLICK HERE ]
WW2 AIRCRAFT NOSE ART : (See note below pertaining to "Pop ups and ads ) Enjoy the Big Band sound along with the visual. [ CLICK HERE TO VIEW ]
WHAT BOOKS PEOPLE WERE READING IN THE 1940'S. Just click on [BOOK TITLE ]
THE PEARL by John Steinbeck, ANIMAL FARM AND 1984 by George Orwell
FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS by Hemingway, GRAPES OF WRATH by Steinbeck
ON THE HOME FRONT
ARIZONA'S AREA 51, CAMP BOUSE An Army Desert Training Facility of the 1940's
SELECTED SITES OF INTEREST:
L C. Herst gallery of fine art [Click here]
The Smart Site for Kittens [Click here]
WWII memoir t-shirts [ Click here ]
U.S. and Southwest History A facebook site: [ Click here ]