Peek Into A Soldier’s Life WWII

This Fabulous Century, Time-LIfe
This Fabulous Century, Time-Life

Leathernecks on Guadalcanal use a fallen tree as a makeshift laundromat, scrubbing jungle dirt out of their battle fatigues.


Soldiers rest in the shadow of a marble trophy from Anzio, Italy, donning a regulation tin hat.


An English Red Cross lady offers coffee and donuts to a G.I. and his captain.


Finally in Paris, U.S. infantrymen share an al fresco meal with celebrating townsfolk.

15 thoughts on “Peek Into A Soldier’s Life WWII

      1. You know how some men are “leg men” bc they like legs? You must be a “bum woman.” Although I must say there are much worse bums to look at than these. πŸ˜‰


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