Tag Archive: World War II

Traditional Tattoos by Allie Michelle

Chinatown, NY 1920 Early tattoo methods included using chisels, picks, or soot-covered thread which would be sewn through the skin.  After the invention of the tattoo machine in the 1891, tattooing steadily increased… Continue reading

Tokyo Rose by Linda

Tokyo Rose Tokyo Rose was merely an American nickname given to Iva Toguri D’Aquino by the Allied soldiers during World War II. In fact, any reporter broadcasting propaganda in Japan that was a… Continue reading

Mugshot Mondays: The Soap Maker of Correggio by Linda

Leonarda Cianciulli was a bitter soul from the moment of her tragic birth. Born April 14, 1894 in Montella, Italy, as a product of rape, Leonarda grew up without the proper love from… Continue reading