FUBAR: Soldier Slang of World War II
From "Spam-bashers" to "passion wagons" to "Hell's ladies," the WWII fighting man was never short of words to describe the people and events in his life. By turns insulting, pessimistic, witty, and even defeatist, the terms collected here capture the black humor of the men on the ground. Illus.
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