An Artist Paints Nose Art on a P-47 Thunderbolt World War 2 Fighter Aircraft.

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A P-47 Thunderbolt Aircraft, "Lady Dorethy Louise," gets some aircraft nose art painted on her plane by a professional Nose Art Artist.

I'm not sure if all of the planes had nose art, but I do know that it was an honor to speak of your plane as a person.  This P-47 Thunderbolt was called the Lady Dorethy Louise.  and this professional Nose Art Specialist, or Artist, is doing a fantastic job painting Nose Art on this old gal.
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Artist painting Nose Art on a P-47 Thunderbolt Fighter Aircraft in WW2
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Painting Nose Art is an art in itself, this artist is a pro.  Today these old nose art paintings still exist in the form of paintings and clocks as you can see at these links. 

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This is a very rare exhibit of Japanese art from WW2 1941 -1942
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Propaganda Art was used by forces on all sides in WW2 as well as all wars in history.  This kind of art gave pride to the citizens of those countries who produced it and gave a unity in support of the wars.  This exhibit is an excellent example of Japanese Propaganda art.
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