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Old Magazine Articles About World War One Uniforms

Although military uniforms were supplied by the United States government during the First World War, there didn't seem to be any lack of department store advertisements for accessories, boots and trench coats--some of which were much too luxurious for life in the trenches. And while this devastating war is long since over, the advertisements remain. To view these ads as well as other information on this great war, just dive into our archive at OldMagazineArticles.com.

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WW 1 Uniform Articles for Collectors
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