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Started by Bob Hudson , Jun 16 2017 05:17 PM

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#1 Bob Hudson

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 05:17 PM

This is a great movie - not  just CGI, but a good story too.


The connection with militaria?


Wonder Woman's disguise while in WWI London: she is on the left and the two images on the right are US Army Nurse Agnes Reid who was chief nurse at an Army hospital in France in 1917-1918. 





This type of women's "overseas" uniform was worn by women in several different roles, military and non-military, uncluding the Red Cross.


Here's a photo from another forum thread:  post-7548-0-82091800-1444242505.jpg

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Posted Yesterday, 06:39 PM

I guess that is pretty good historical accuracy for Hollywood. Personally, I am a bit partial to Linda Carters "uniform".

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Posted Yesterday, 07:28 PM

I have yet to see it, but a friend (who collects) enjoyed the film.

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