By Nancy Caldwell Sorel
"World conflict II produced a big forged of characters. battle correspondents have been a small yet crucial a part of the image, and girls correspondents yet a fragment of the full. but the heroic position performed by means of the ladies who volunteeered for combat-zone accountability hasn't ever been given its due. Their ranks incorporated Margaret Bourke-White, Martha Gellhorn, Lee Miller, Janet Flanner, and 1000's of others. the ladies Who Wrote the warfare relates not just what they mentioned but additionally the perimeters in their lives they didn't record. In a riveting and seamless narrative, Nancy Sorel weaves jointly the lives and occasions of those ladies and provides them not just the respect they deserve yet their rightful position during this century's background. Their tales shape a vital hyperlink within the lengthy chain of women's fight for equality."
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