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Nonfiction work about real-life spies: Sisterhood of Spies: The Women of the OSS

Nonfiction work about real-life spies: Sisterhood of Spies: The Women of the OSS

"In the years leading up to & after the Second World War thousands of women left school at fourteen to work in the bustling factories of London’s East End. Despite long hours, hard & often hazardous work, factory life afforded exciting opportunities for independence, friendship & romance. Of all the factories that lined the docks, it was at Tate & Lyle’s where you could earn the most generous wages & enjoy the best social life, and it was here where The Sugar Girls worked." #nonfiction

"In the years leading up to & after the Second World War thousands of women left school at fourteen to work in the bustling factories of London’s East End. Despite long hours, hard & often hazardous work, factory life afforded exciting opportunities for i

Sisterhood of Spies: The Women of the OSS by Elizabeth P. McIntosh,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1557505985/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_R9OHtb0E3VGT3BXA

Sisterhood of Spies: The Women of the OSS by Elizabeth P. McIntosh,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1557505985/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_R9OHtb0E3VGT3BXA

Avenue of Spies: A True Story of Terror, Espionage, and One American Family's Heroic Resistance in Nazi-occupied ...

The best-selling author of The Liberator brings to life the incredible true story of an American doctor in Paris, and his heroic espionage efforts during World War II The leafy Avenue Foch, one of the

Orphan Trains: The Story of Charles Loring Brace and the Children He Saved and Failed

Orphan Trains: The Story of Charles Loring Brace and the Children He Saved and Failed

Stephen O'Connor's Orphan Trains tells the story of the Children's Aid Society and the orphan trains which transported vagrant inner-city orphans to the rural Midwest in the mid-nineteenth century.

Art of a Jewish Woman: The True Story of How a Penniless Holocaust Escapee Became an Influential Modern Art Connoisseur (formerly titled Felice's Worlds) by Henry Massie, http://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0079Q0HU6/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ga6Lub126C5J8

Art of a Jewish Woman: The True Story of How a Penniless Holocaust Escapee…

Few family secrets have the power both to transform lives and to fill in crucial gaps in world history. But then, few families have a mother and a daughter quite like Sala and Ann Kirschner. For nearly fifty years, Sala kept a secret

And I am now reading this: Sala’s Gift: My Mother’s Holocaust Story by Ann Kirschner This is actually a good segue from the last book I read, “By Blood.” And I finished this…

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