Red Cross Clubmobile Service (Donut Dollies)
A tradition stretching back to the First World War, the Donut Dollies were women who graciously volunteered to boost soldier morale by operating Red Cross vehicles that delivered coffee, donuts, music, and other small comforts to the troops in Europe and Asia. After the invasion of Normandy, eight converted GMC trucks traveled with the rear echelon of the Army providing services to both fighting soldiers and liberated POWs.
The Red Cross Donut Dolly has artwork inspired by the standard Red Cross uniform, designed by Lando and custom printed by the Brickmania UV Print Team.
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