A time remembered: American women in the Vietnam War
Some 10,000 US women served in the Vietnam War. Based on interviews with armed forces nurses, Red Cross volunteers and others, the author of They Also Served: American Women in World War II conveys their war-time and postwar experiences. One of the b&w photos features the Vietnam Women's Memorial in Washington, DC.
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Anne N Philiben
Connie Christensen McCall Connolly
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