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I show this in a class. It's informative, but not the most exciting of videos. Nonetheless, the information it contains is important.Published 5 months ago by Melissa Camacho
Thoroughly enjoyable reading. Women doing what was sometimes considered a "man's job"!
Mrs. Jean Bartik was the mother of my coworker at IBM, which gave it a personal aspect.
I saw a pre-screening of this movie before it came out, and really enjoyed it. I'm now in charge of our "Women Connected" group at work and thought it would be a good... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Linda Straub
What a wonderful and long-overdue tribute to these incredibly important women of winning WWII!
The DVD suffers from careless editing, however. Read more
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I just stumbled on this subject today. I had no idea women were doing things like this during WWII. Here it is 2013 and I just now hear about it by stumbling on it while searching for something else. What a shame. Not only does this need to be made more public, but women's accomplishments... Read More
Sep 28, 2013 by Michelle | See all 2 posts