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SS forces “bayoneted babies in their cribs, stabbed pregnant women, and beheaded the village priest.
Maria Pantiska, a Greek woman from the village of Distomo, still weeps for her mother, who was killed by German soldiers five moths previously in what would become to be called the Distomo Massacre. 155 more words
Review: The Race for Paris, by Meg Waite Clayton
Harper, 2015. 311 pp. $26
Jane Tyler, a fledgling reporter from a Nashville paper, and Olivia (Liv) Harper, a young photographer from New York, are covering the American army following the D-Day landings in Normandy. 981 more words
Ladies Courageous is the last of semi-independent producer Walter Wanger’s three war films for Universal (Gung Ho! was in production at the same time). Its working title, When Ladies Fly, as in “When Pigs Fly,” unfortunately conveys the true attitude of the film towards its subjects. 1,005 more words