Book Review: "War Brides" by Helen Bryan
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Since: Aug 12
#1 Sep 20, 2012
War Brides by Helen Bryan is a work of fiction based on true World War II stories told to Bryan by family and friends in the United States and England.
This story is about the unsung female heroes of war; the women whose husbands were off fighting or working for intelligence divisions. Unprepared for the stress and trying times of war, the wives were left home by themselves, sometimes for years, to fend off enemies, raise the children and keep the household, and help the war effort on the home front.
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