Not sure if there's ever been a thread on this topic, but I'm a baby boomer who enjoys stories set back in World War II.
And of course, Wonder Woman definitely fits that category.
I remember when Lynda Carter starred in the TV series, with the first season (on ABC) set during WWII.
Around that time, DC Comics changed the focus of their Wonder Woman comic book from the "present-day" Earth-1 character to the Golden Age, Earth-2 version, who was active during that era.
The first issue where the switch took place was in Wonder Woman 228 (February 1977 cover date), and it introduced a new WWII villain.
The story continued into the next issue.
Also, when World's Finest Comics changed formats to the larger Dollar Comics format, it added several features, which included the WWII era Wonder Woman.
(Issue 244, cover date April-May 1977)
In that story, she had to deal with "Ludwig Von Schmeer - - master of disguise and loyal servant of the Fuhrer!"
((Hey, it was 1977 comic book writing . . . what were you expecting?))