"Inspiring accounts of the lives of women—some of them still in their teens—whose courage made a difference in the dark days of World War II." —Rita Kramer, author of Flames in the Field: The Story of Four SOE Agents in Occupied France
"Those in Women Heroes of World War II surely played a major role in turning the tide of the war in the Allies’ favor. Kathryn Atwood’s book will be a wonderful inspiration to girls and women."
—Judith Pearson, author of The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America’s Greatest Female Spy
Kathryn J. Atwood is an educator and writer. She has contributed to War, Literature, and the Arts, PopMatters.com, Midwest Book Review, and Women’s Independent Press.
Wonderful reminder of good standing against evil and prevailing
Are we willing to stand against evil today ?
Excellent book. These women were very brave and noteworthy. Our former GIs owe their lives to many of them. Read morePublished 15 days ago by 60s survivor
This book piqued my interest in learning more about these brave women. I thought perhaps this book was written for young adults because the sentences are simple, definitions of... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Orlyn Reese
My 11 year old granddaughter was reading it---I bought it and submitted it to my book club and it is now one of our "reads" in the next 4 months.Published 28 days ago by nana j
Not only does it tell about the many inspiring female heroes during WW II, I like how it gives background story and outlines to understand better the views of the local people... Read morePublished 28 days ago by C.W.
Excellent book. It's amazing these women were never mentioned in American History. I look forward to reading more about them.Published 1 month ago by Pidge