You finish this book full of admiration for the way in which, long before anyone coined the word "sisterhood", British women were able to set aside differences of class, region and religion to pull together for the greater good.
Their "heroic" work, suggest the authors in this fascinating study . . . [was] an advertisement for what voluntary action, backed by government, could do.
A good read. Get ready to be inspired by courageous tales from the women who helped us to victory in WWII.
A detailed, vivid account of an inspirational force for good
Patricia and Robert Malcolmson bring this vital part of the history of the Second World War to life through the diaries and records of the women serving their country on the Home Front