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Tin Cans and the War Effort

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: Tin Cans and the War Effort

Tin Cans and the War Effort
In 1944, I attended the first grade at Washington School in Sedalia, Mo. World War II was in full swing. Everywhere you looked there were signs exhorting all Americans to do their part to win the war. The signs warned us to not give away secrets, because "loose lips sink ships," and although I had no idea what secret I might have that would do that much harm,  I vowed to keep it to myself anyway.

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