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First-person accounts by 42 women of life during World War II. Includes separate sections on family life, women in uniform, women at work, women as military wives, and women overseas. The book features photos and posters of the times. The difference between today's war in Iraq and World War II is clear. Back then, everyone from schoolchildren to grandparents was involved in some way. Today only those families with loved ones in the service are paying the price.
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The author is the first woman to serve on her local school board and the only woman to have been elected from her district to serve in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Her previous book, "Never Use Your Dim Lights; Not Even in the Fog" is a fictional account of those experiences.She has received many awards including the Ursinus College alumni Award for Achievement in 1990.Review:
Women recall what life was like during World War II. Everyone was committed - grandparents to school children. --Connie Wrzesniewski, Bucks County Herald, April 6, 2006
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Book Description Margaret Hewitt George, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0977794407
Book Description Margaret Hewitt George, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110977794407