She Was A WW II Photographer Behind Enemy Lines

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Publisher Description

Jeane Slone’s fourth acclaimed historical novel
Meet Lieutenant Adeline Peterson, war correspondent in eleven theaters of war — a brave, determined, and resilient woman who broke gender biases to photograph the world and document the atrocities of war.
•Caught in a Black Blizzard in Oklahoma, endured swarms of locusts
•Photographed Depression-era dance marathons, visited illegal speakeasies
•Detained by a Nazi officer under gunpoint in Czechoslovakia
•Fled Paris on foot and got caught in the Blitz in London
•Photographed the Nazi takeover of Greece
•Jailed in Belgrade by the Gestapo
•Photographed the first bomb to fall on Moscow
•Torpedoed at sea in North Africa in a convoy headed to war
•Hit by Junker planes in a B-17 Flying Fortress
•Stowed away on a hospital ship during D-Day and arrested for disobeying orders
•Witnessed machine-gun fire during the liberation of France
•Almost hit by Japanese snipers on Mt. Suribachi in Iwo Jima
•Arrested for disobeying orders during the battle of Okinawa
•First war correspondent to document the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp
•Toured Mengele’s torture chambers after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
Witnessed Disease X after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki
Photographed refugees after the war for the Quakers.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2018
August 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
533
Pages
PUBLISHER
Jeane Slone
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
2.2
MB

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