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"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.
This is a book that will give you an insight into the lives of people who went above and beyond the call of civilian duty.Published 2 days ago by David Weiner
Lovely short bios of women from various countries in WWII involved in a variety of roles. Can be read by preteens as technical terms are defined. Read morePublished 21 days ago by C. S. Garcia
We should be very grateful to these courageous women and never forget their heroism.Published 2 months ago by Pamela Lindau
This book has opened a new area of information about WW II that I had never really thought about. I knew there were resisters, spies & those that carried out espionage. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Debbie
Although this in a young adult book, I loved the stories about strong, brave women. It is a very timely, inspiring and informative group of fascinating stories that spurred more... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rebecca Alford