I TOOK A WAR JOB by Josephine von Miklos

I TOOK A WAR JOB

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KIRKUS REVIEW

And for the girls -- this report from the home-front of war work. Lively and direct, this gives a forthright picture of the qualms, exhaustion, discouragement, loneliness, and eventual pride in the author's acceptance as a munitions plant driller. The of work, the adjustments to be made, the practical aspects of factory work -- lots of questions answered about war work for women that should be of wide interest for this age.

Pub Date: July 7th, 1943
Publisher: Simon & Schuster