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  • Forum Novelties Men's World War II General Costume, Brown, Standard

    For more than 30 years, Forum Novelties has been a leader in the costume industry, as well as the joke, trick, magic, and novelty gift item business. Forum offers over 8,000 items to choose from, ranging from baby costumes, to adult and plus-size costumes, to pet costumes. Look to Forum Novelties for all of your Halloween, luau, Christmas, Mardi Gr [read more]

  • Costume - World War 2 General

    World War II General Costume includes military shirt with ribbons, general hat, pants & tie

  • 1940s World War 2 Army General Male Fancy Dress Costume by Parties Unwrapped

    This fabulous 1940s style costume comprises the following: 1. Tan coloured shirt with ribbons attached. 1 Matching tie. 3. Tan coloured trousers. 4. Matching hat to complete the look! *Please note: Belt and shoes not included. Manufactured as one size fits most, this would be suitable for chest 38-44"

  • 2 Packages Olivia Handmade Decorative Spheres of 6-Green Twig Grapevine Vase Fillers Balls Ornament Decoration Bowl Filler Great For Crafting 2.25 inches-12 Total Balls

    Olivia Decorative Spheres Rattan Ball Vase Filler Ornament Decoration Bowl Filler. Beautiful spherical balls and filler. These festive decorative spheres set is the perfect home accent for your home. Excellent for use in everyday and holiday decorative bowls or vases. This is for a bag of decorative filler only. (bird cage, bowl or vase not include [read more]

  • American Arts and Crafts Textiles

    One hundred years after it was born, the American Arts and Crafts style—made famous by designers such as Gustav Stickley and Greene & Greene— remains enormously popular. But while the architecture and furniture have received most of the attention, the colorful table linens, curtains, pillows, clothing, and other textiles have been largely overl [read more]

  • SS Uniforms, Insignia and Accoutrements: A Study in Photographs (Schiffer Military History)

    This new work explores in detailed color the complex subject of Allgemeine and Waffen-SS uniforms, insignia, and accoutrements. Hundreds of authentic items are extensively photographed in close-up to enable the reader to examine and study.

  • War Games: Inside the World of Twentieth-Century War Reenactors

    D-Day with beach umbrellas in the distance? Troops ordering ice cream? American and German forces celebrating Christmas together in the barracks? This could only be the curious world of 20th-century war reenactors. A relatively recent and rapidly expanding phenomenon, reenactments in the United States of World War I, World War II, the Korean War, a [read more]

  • Fashion Under the Occupation

    Before the outbreak of WWII, French fashion represented the very pinnacle of style, and French women the epitome of chic. At home and abroad, couturiers' wealthy clients eagerly awaited the latest collections, and design houses throughout the world looked to Paris for inspiration. Unparalleled for glamour and elegance, all things French were noted [read more]

  • We Wore What We'd Got: Women's Clothes in World War II

  • Nazi Women

    After the failure of the Weimar Republic, the Nazis believed their mission was to masculinize life in Germany. Goering told women, "Take a pot, a dustpan and a broom, and marry a man", but many became active Nazis, helping to spread wide the net of evil. By 1944, 40 per cent of the Gestapo was staffed by women, concentration camps employed legions [read more]