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306 pages, 31 historic illustrations
WELCOME TO WORLD WAR II
For a four year period, there existed a huge aircraft assembly plant near Omaha, Nebraska where 14,000 workers came together to assemble bombers for World War II. The airplanes they built included the Enola Gay and Bocksar, the B-29 bombers that delivered the war-ending atomic bombs.
Many workers were mothers and wives who had sent their men to fight in places they had never heard of. Old men were at the plant too --men who wanted to fight but could no longer march away to foreign lands. Other workers left high school, hoping the army would soon accept them.
Against a background of fear, came drama from gender inequality, unionization, espinoage, and unexpected love.
Ginny Cooper's War is the story of an extraordinary young woman who went to work to do her part in the great struggle. Little did she anticipate the important role she would play.
If you do not know the names Jimmy Doolittle, Enola Gay, Paul Tibbets, or Glenn L. Martin, you can meet them in Ginny Cooper's War. Gender equality is a significant theme.
Brigadier General Sally Eaves, USAF, Retired.
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