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About Pin Up & Rockabilly
Pin-up - Imagine you're a young soldier gone off to war. You're in a horrible place, living in cramped and squalid conditions and surrounded on all sides by men. You're facing off against even more men who want to blow you up. You might have a girl at home you want to marry, or you might be a jolly bachelor, but either way, you won't see a woman for months.
It's no surprise then, that soldiers would "pin up" pictures of women in their bunks. They were a small reminder of what was good in the world, what was worth fighting for. "pin up girls" were often images of glamour or fashion models cut from magazines, or mass-produced postcards (often of burlesque dancers who had the postcards printed as advertisements). Some of the pictures would be quite risqu