One of the many women who worked manufacturing the war machines that propelled Allied Forces to victory in World War II was Pauline Mauck. She was a real life “Rosie the Riveter” who worked in a Republic Aviation P-47 plant in Evansville, Iowa during WWII. She posed on the propeller of one of the planes coming out of the plant and it became an iconic image during the war.

One of the many women who worked manufacturing the war machines that propelled Allied Forces to victory in World War II was Pauline Mauck. She was a real life “Rosie the Riveter” who worked in a Republic Aviation P-47 plant in Evansville, Iowa during WWII. She posed on the propeller of one of the planes coming out of the plant and it became an iconic image during the war.

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Rosie the riveter style | Rosie The Riveter but without the "girl power" --- that's implied already. :)

Rosie the riveter style | Rosie The Riveter but without the "girl power" --- that's implied already. :)

ROSIE The Riviter Framed Art Tile Norman Rockwell by TizaVintage

ROSIE The Riviter Framed Art Tile Norman Rockwell WWII Rosie Industrial Historical Framed Art Collectible Norman Rockwell Rosie Riveter

ROSIE The Riviter Framed Art Tile Norman Rockwell by TizaVintage

"Rosie the Riveter" began.  Women had to go to work because all the men were gone to war.

"Rosie the Riveter" began. Women had to go to work because all the men were gone to war.

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