Women in WWII

Military Monday – Where ARE the WWII Military Records?

Today I was Googling and looking for information on WWII for a biography I’m writing for a client’s family member who served in the Signal Corps. When I research anything WWII, I start with Google and look for books that I can get at the fabulous Pritzker Military Museum and Library here in Chicago or […]

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Workday Wednesday – “Call of Duty” a Story of a WAC

As I continue to research and write my military books, I’m doing a lot of reading on the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). One of the books I recently read was Call of Duty A Montana Girl in World War II by Grace Porter Miller. Miller was a WAC and served in the United States before […]

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