The Women Who Wrote the War by Nancy Caldwell Sorel - Stories of the gutsy WWII women war correspondents are captured in this seemless narrative that assures them, at last, their rightful place in history.
The Army Nurse Corps during WWII gave provisional commissions to registered nurses. Male nurses, however, were given the rank of Master Sergeant. This was a reversal of the usual discrimination faced women in virtually every other occupation.
A Man Without Equal DVD - Explore the life of the most unique Person in history... In this gripping video, Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, explores the unique birth, earthly life, teachings, death and resurrection of Jesus, and shows how Jesus continues to change the way we live and think today.
Emil Kapaun~ Roman Catholic priest and US Army chaplain who died in the Korean War. The Catholic Church has declared him a Servant of God and he is a candidate for sainthood. Kapaun will be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor on 04/11/2013. His regiment was surrounded and overrun by the Chinese army in North Korea, he stayed behind with the wounded when the Army retreated. He allowed his own capture, then risked death by preventing Chinese executions of wounded Americans too injured to…
When Ulrich originally wrote, "well-behaved women seldom make history" she didn't mean that women should misbehave in order to be memorable, which is how the quote is often interpreted. She wrote those words lamenting about the fact that so many women who made positive impacts on society are overlooked by history.
Hidden Art of Homemaking, by Edith Schaeffer. In her own lovely, rambling style, Edith talks about all the ways that our lives can become creative, artful, God exemplifying havens for our families, friends, coworkers, and visitors. A great, homey read.