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Fooling Hitler: Illustrator John Hapgood and the ‘Ghost Army’ of WW2

America: The Jesuit Review

Fooling Hitler Illustrator John Hapgood and the lsquoGhost Armyrsquo of WW2

For five decades—from his discharge from the U.S. Army until his death in 1995— John Hapgood was a prolific illustrator for America. He also did illustrations for other magazines like The New Yorker and department stores like Lord & Taylor and Bloomingdale’s. Far more notable, however, was the job he performed during the Second World War.

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