This Pinup Photo was added on Sunday 27 November, 2016.
Thumbnail to the left is Watermarked.
Dietz Dolls Military Pinup Series
- Featuring model Kayla - © Britt Dietz -
Featuring model Kayla in this tribute to YANK magazine of World War 2. First published in June 1942, YANK magazine was a weekly magazine published by the US Military with articles written by enlisted soldiers available in all theaters of the war to any service many for about 5 cents to 10 cents (later on during the war). The reason for there being a cost to the soldiers was the thought that they would actually appreciate the magazine more. Made of a newspaper like material, these magazines featured a host of different stories from personal accounts to new advancements in technology plus some stories from back home in the states. The back cover always had editorial cartoons that were very popular, however what made YANK magazine the most popular was a full page pinup gal in every issue dressed in bathing suits, sexy outfits, or posed in some seductive manner. These full page pinups would often be found posted throughout barracks.
The Dietz Dolls Military Pinup series celebrates the rich history of the United States Military during World War 2 with the Army, Navy, Army Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. Using authentic uniforms and equipment, this series is perfect for the military fan to hang framed on their wall!