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Kenneth Peck is a resident of Jacksonville, Florida, Retired Combat Veteran of the US Army Warrant Officer Signal Corps (1988—2014), Active Free Fall and Military Style Round Canopy Jumper and Owner / Operator of Round Canopy, LLC www.RoundCanopy.com

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American Airborne Ads of the 20s Thru the 50s
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American Airborne Ads Of The 20s Thru The 50s is a compilation of original Parachute and US Military Airborne themed print ads in color and black and white from the eras spanning 1920 thru 1950. The print ads are all Airborne related and cover ads for technology, food, liqour, cigarettes, defense, transportation, you name it... The text within this book is concurrently written in English, Spanish, French and German
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AMERICAN AIRBORNE ADS OF THE 20S THRU THE 50S Features 200 pages of Airborne / Paratrooper themed colorful ads (and many black and whites too) that are not only great for framing, but they give an interesting insight into the prestige of the early parachute troops, the evolution of their uniforms and equipment throughout their development during WWII and how corporations promoted their contribution to the war effort to the American public. The book is written in English, Spanish, French and German and features 200 pages of period print ads, cartoons and magazine covers, all with paratroopers.
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Overview


American Airborne Ads Of The 20s Thru The 50s is a compilation of original Parachute and US Military Airborne themed print ads in color and black and white from the eras spanning 1920 thru 1950. The print ads are all Airborne related and cover ads for technology, food, liqour, cigarettes, defense, transportation, you name it... The text within this book is concurrently written in English, Spanish, French and German

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Description


AMERICAN AIRBORNE ADS OF THE 20S THRU THE 50S Features 200 pages of Airborne / Paratrooper themed colorful ads (and many black and whites too) that are not only great for framing, but they give an interesting insight into the prestige of the early parachute troops, the evolution of their uniforms and equipment throughout their development during WWII and how corporations promoted their contribution to the war effort to the American public. The book is written in English, Spanish, French and German and features 200 pages of period print ads, cartoons and magazine covers, all with paratroopers.

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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:Military / Pictorial

Language:English

Pages:200

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543980073


Overview


American Airborne Ads Of The 20s Thru The 50s is a compilation of original Parachute and US Military Airborne themed print ads in color and black and white from the eras spanning 1920 thru 1950. The print ads are all Airborne related and cover ads for technology, food, liqour, cigarettes, defense, transportation, you name it... The text within this book is concurrently written in English, Spanish, French and German

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Description


AMERICAN AIRBORNE ADS OF THE 20S THRU THE 50S Features 200 pages of Airborne / Paratrooper themed colorful ads (and many black and whites too) that are not only great for framing, but they give an interesting insight into the prestige of the early parachute troops, the evolution of their uniforms and equipment throughout their development during WWII and how corporations promoted their contribution to the war effort to the American public. The book is written in English, Spanish, French and German and features 200 pages of period print ads, cartoons and magazine covers, all with paratroopers.

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About the author


Kenneth Peck is a resident of Jacksonville, Florida, Retired Combat Veteran of the US Army Warrant Officer Signal Corps (1988—2014), Active Free Fall and Military Style Round Canopy Jumper and Owner / Operator of Round Canopy, LLC www.RoundCanopy.com

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