Doubleday

9780385547666

STARRED REVIEW

The Correspondents

Judith Mackrell’s biography of six female journalists during World War II feels almost like a novel with its rich details.

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Review of ‘The Correspondents’

When we think of women’s contributions to World War II, what often comes to mind are bandanna-headed Rosie the Riveter types taking over factory work while the men were away. However, women journalists also reported on the war, facing challenges that male journalists did not, and their contributions are frequently overlooked.

Biographer Judith Mackrell’s wonderful…

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