Figures didn’t come anymore flawless than the awe-inspiring assemblage of Carole Landis. She was a beauty unique, who set thousands of hearts ablaze during the Second World War. While many women were at home, tending to children, working in plants and keeping the home just as husband left it, Carole was out there on the frontlines with the boys. The blond beauty spent time in foxholes in the European Theater of Operation. She traveled to hazardous areas just so the boys in the armed forces could gander at a swell-looking lady before they engaged the enemy. Most modern viewers of Golden Age Cinema simply know Carole Landis as that stunning gal with the greatest figure of her era, but to classify Miss Landis as an Oomph Girl alone is to do the classy lady an injustice. She was the embodiment of home for countless soldiers fighting overseas. For more on Carole Landis, secure a copy of The Pin-up Girls of World War II through Bear Manor Media, at bearmanormedia.com.