Women in the Third Reich – They fought on all fronts without weapons
One facet of World War Two that is frequently misunderstood or overlooked in the history books is that women in National Socialist Germany, like the male soldiers, served on nearly all fronts. Nearly half a million women marched in the wake of the Heer, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine and the SS for Germany in the Second World War. They fought, suffered and died for N. S. Germany. In almost all fronts , women were utilised. They were employed as intelligence workers, administrative staff, in nursing and medical services, in the defence industry and in the civil service. Millions of German women lost their lives, were injured or were raped. This lavishly illustrated book is dedicated to them, as a late acknowledgment of their accomplishments and their sacrifice for a cause they sacrificed for in good faith.. • 72 pages • Lavishly illustrated with approx. 450 photos in b / w AND FULL colour • Large format approx. 21.5 x 30.5 cm • English text • Hardcover bound. A reference work in words and pictures.
NOTE THIS IS ENGLISH LANGUAGE BOOK, THE PHOTOGRAPH IS ONLY FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY