This is a lurid cover of a pulp magazine for guys from the 1960s, I think. This can provide some documentation for additional studies of World War II. It offers an alternative and intriguing view that one of the reasons our side won is because of help from half-undressed, shoeless women! Maybe they, like Rosie the Riveter, should also be enshrined in the pantheon of the Greatest Generation!
Or, even better, a commemorative postage stamp!!!
Anyway, World War I had that notorious Mademoiselle from Armentiers. This is a further group of mademoiselles who should be remembered in song.
And, judging from the articles promised on the cover, it seems that New Jersey was dissolute back then as well.