THEY SENT ME TO ICELAND by Jane Goodell

THEY SENT ME TO ICELAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A phase of women at war, this story of a Red Cross Recreation worker, sent with ten others to Iceland to establish centers, put on camp programs, and break the monotony of that isolated outpost. First sailing -- when they missed the convoy; second sailing, arrival to face a diet, general living conditions, plumbing etc. which left much to be desired. Wide range of duties, plus considerable bright spots for the boys who found the local girls cold propositions. Relayed with humor and vim.

Pub Date: Dec. 2nd, 1943
Page count: 486pp
Publisher: Ives Washburn