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Jane at War Anon.

Jane at War - Anon.

Exeter: Pedigree Books, 1995, Paperback.
Condition: Near Fine — in Very Good Slip Case. The spine of the slip case just starting to unglue.

Number 4919 of a limited printing run of copies. Includes: Cartoon strips;

From the cover: “No girl was better loved by British servicemen during World War Two than Jane of the Daily Mirror.

Jane. Of the blonde hair and blue eyes. Of the dissolving dress, detaching bra and gravity-prone panties!

The adventurous cartoon heroine had been around for a while — six days a week since December 1932 — but during the war, she came into her own.

There was never a girl so open to accidents which left nothing to cover her but her confusion. Her clothes were blown off, hooked off, washed off, ripped off and shot off.

It always came as a surprise to Jane and a delight to the lads who were fed up and far from home. This collection of stories has been specially commissioned to celebrate Jane’s unique contribution towards raising the morale of the troops during the conflict.”

Size: 10½" x 7¾". 0 pages.
Jane at War Anon.