The women who wrote the war

by Sorel, Nancy Caldwell.

Format: Print Book ©1999.
Availability: Available at 6 Libraries 6 of 6 copies
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CLP - Main Library Mezzanine - Non-fiction D799.U6 S563 1999
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Like Tom Brokaw's "The Greatest Generation, " Sorel's moving account of the women war correspondents of this century at last brings to light the exploits of more than 100 of this country's unsung heroes. of photos.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "World War II is a story without end that can be told from countless perspectives, and Sorel, a contributor to Esquire and the Atlantic, has chosen one that is as fascinating as it is overlooked: the unique vantage point of women war correspondents. Their battle began at home, where they had to convince skeptical male editors of their mettle, and it continued on the battlefield. Treated either dismissively or overprotectively, they were also the objects of much sexual and romantic desire, but these unconventional and courageous women persevered, suffering all the hardships and horrors of war in Europe and the Pacific, and striving to tell the truth about what they witnessed. Sorel, who never fails to relish a telling anecdote, deftly weaves together more than a dozen profiles of such trailblazers as Sigrid Schultz, Berlin bureau chief for the Chicago Tribune; photographer Margaret Bourke-White; Martha Gellhorn; Virginia Cowles; Sonia Tomara; Lee Miller; and Dickey Chapelle, who was later killed in combat in Vietnam. By insightfully presenting both the private and professional sides of her subjects' lives, Sorel has written a many-faceted and refulgent chapter in the history of women, war, and journalism. --Donna Seaman"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects World War, 1939-1945 -- Journalists -- Biography.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Photography.
War photographers -- United States -- Biography.
Women journalists -- United States -- Biography.
Women photographers -- United States -- Biography.
Publisher New York :Arcade Pub. :©1999.
Distributed by Time Warner Trade Pub.,
Edition 1st ed.
Language English
Description xviii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 439-441) and index.
ISBN 1559704934
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