Commemorating the end of WWII, it lists the numerous battlezones: Midway, Normandy, Berlin, Tokyo, and more.
Accompanying this are comical graphics of a sailor firing booming cannons while a soldier worries in a foxhole as bullets whiz overhead.
On the bib, the title: 'But It's All Over Now' with an intoxicated civilian holding up the bar.
Extra-fun graphic of army boots with holes covers the pocket.
I've never seen this apron before and this rare piece sure has seen its share of wear. Hole in the pocket as well as along the edge (pic #5). Also, the means of tieing it is ....er....unusual. Looks like someone rigged up a sort of hook on the end of a string that attached to a loop that was taped on the other end. This doesn't quite work and really should be repaired/replaced.
Made of heavy sailcloth cotton, this measures 29" from neck to hem, 22" wide (not including the tie). Overall fading and several marks.
Despite its flaws, this is a rare and unique piece of WWII and post war memorabilia!