Brave Women Doing Dangerous Jobs in WWII: Pilots, Spies, Snipers and Battlefield Nurses

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This book is a tribute to all the women before, during and after the war. The war took its toll on the men. With the need for more bodies, women were recruited for so-called men only jobs. The Soviet Union had great success with women as snipers. Other countries followed suit. Women became highly qualified pilots. Women also made fame as spies. Many countries felt that women could become better spies than men. Women had that one quality that men desired – sex. As always, women could control men through the bedrooms. Sex or the thought of sex was a big factor with the women getting information. Women nurses braved the dangers in looking after wounded soldiers on the battlefields and in hospitals. The nurses gave the soldiers not only care but emotional support, a much needed requirement to war torn soldiers away from home and loved ones.

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