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Jan 22, 2020 - 15:25 PMBy Dorothy Schneider

During the First World War, thousands of American women sailed to Europe, some to try to end the war, most to participate in its conduct or succor its victims A few hundred were members of the U.S Army than 10,000 held quasi military status as nurses but without military pay, benefits, or pensions another 10,000 found or created their own wartime jobs.Although mDuring the First World War, thousands of American women sailed to Europe, some to try to end the war, most to participate in its conduct or succor its victims A few hundred were members of the U.S Army than 10,000 held quasi military status as nurses but without military pay, benefits, or pensions another 10,000 found or created their own wartime jobs.Although most of these women have vanished completely from memory, the accounts they left of themselves remain to reveal them in all their remarkable diversity Memoirs, letters, newspaper reports, novels and diaries, from doctors, pilots, photographers, journalists, interpreters, telephone operators and entertainers tell the story of these neglected veterans of World War I.
  • Title: Into the Breach: American Women Overseas in World War I
  • Author: Dorothy Schneider
  • ISBN: 9780595002016
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback

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Jill Hutchinson Jan 22, 2020 - 15:25 PM
This is the history of the non military women who sailed to Europe to assist when WWI began, many before America declared war A large number were nurses but than 10,000 served as telephone operators, canteen girls, entertainers and some created their own jobs The story is told through letters, diaries, and newspaper reports and the research is impeccable I was surprised at the number of highly educated women, respected novelists and college students who chose to serve.The book is written from a [...]
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Louise Jan 22, 2020 - 15:25 PM
My great aunt was a nurse during WWI and dealt wit the flu pandemic after the war I did not know so many American women served overseas in so many roles Excellent.
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Into the Breach: American Women Overseas in World War I By Dorothy Schneider During the First World War, thousands of American women sailed to Europe, some to try to end the war, most to participate in its conduct or succor its victims A few hundred were members of the U.S Army than 10,000 held quasi military status as nurses but without military pay, benefits, or pensions another 10,000 found or created their own wartime jobs.Although mDuring the First World War, thousands of American women sailed to Europe, some to try to end the war, most to participate in its conduct or succor its victims A few hundred were members of the U.S Army than 10,000 held quasi military status as nurses but without military pay, benefits, or pensions another 10,000 found or created their own wartime jobs.Although most of these women have vanished completely from memory, the accounts they left of themselves remain to reveal them in all their remarkable diversity Memoirs, letters, newspaper reports, novels and diaries, from doctors, pilots, photographers, journalists, interpreters, telephone operators and entertainers tell the story of these neglected veterans of World War I.

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