How Boys and Girls Can Help Win the War (1942) comic books
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Stories and art by George J. Hecht and others. A patriotic message comic for kids during World War II. Produced by the publishers of Parents Magazine as a benefit for War Bonds and the US war effort. A real document of its time, including instructions on what to do during an air raid; warnings against spreading gossip, military information, or racial prejudice; and stories promoting healthy eating, exercise, good education and good hygiene. You Can Help Win the War...and the Peace!; Know What We're Fighting For; Join Up!; Know Your Stuff!; Keep Fit!; Foods for Strength and Victory; You Can't Keep Fit Unless You Eat the Right Foods Every Day; Call to the Colors; Garden for Victory; Learn First Aid; Ways to Earn Money; Buy War Bonds and Stamps!; Get in the Scrap; Collect Books; Help at Home!; Take Care of Your Things!; Save the Family Car; Don't Get Hurt!; Write 'em Often; Don't Help the Enemy; Don't Believe Nazi Lies; What to Do in an Air Raid; 4 Pals Go Through Their First Raid; This Is the Way to Fix Up a Refuge Room; Victory Quiz; Tell the World You're Doing Your Part. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.