The Women Who Wrote the War: The Riveting Saga of World War II's Daredevil Women and Correspondents by Nancy Caldwell Sorel

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The Women Who Wrote the War: The Riveting Saga of World War II's Daredevil Women and Correspondents

'“It is remarkable that this essential history waited so long to be written. It must have been waiting for Nancy Caldwell Sorel and her incredible research and exquisite style. The notes themselves are an invaluable guide to the work of these exceptional women.” —Walter Cronkite   “These women must not be forgotten, their stories must be told NOW. [A] remarkable book.” —Dan Rather   “The Women Who Wrote the War is an absorbing account of a generation of brave and resourceful women who proved that they were every bit as good as men in covering the greatest war in history.” —Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.   “At last—at long last—here is a book that gives their rightful place history to a group of true heroes. Exhaustively researched, vividly narrated, Nancy Sorel's long-needed work illuminates an aspect of World War II which has been too long ignored.” —Robert A. Caro'
'“It is remarkable that this essential history waited so long to be written. It must have been waiting for Nancy Caldwell Sorel and her incredible research and exquisite style. The notes themselves are an invaluable guide to the work of these exceptional women.” —Walter Cronkite   “These women must not be forgotten, their stories must be told NOW. [A] remarkable book.” —Dan Rather   “The Women Who Wrote the War is an absorbing account of a generation of brave and resourceful women who proved that they were every bit as good as men in covering the greatest war in history.” —Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.   “At last—at long last—here is a book that gives their rightful place history to a group of true heroes. Exhaustively researched, vividly narrated, Nancy Sorel's long-needed work illuminates an aspect of World War II which has been too long ignored.” —Robert A. Caro'
Publisher: Arcade Publishing ISBN: 9781628721157 Pages: 480