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Women Warriors: An Unexpected History
August 08, 2021Comments.. 376
✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler Pamela D. Toler ✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler - Women Warriors: An Unexpected History, Women Warriors An Unexpected History Who says women don t go to war From Vikings and African queens to cross dressing military doctors and WWII Russian fighter pilots these are the stories of women for whom battle was not a metaphor The. ✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler - Women Warriors: An Unexpected History, Women Warriors An Unexpected History Who says women don t go to war From Vikings and African queens to cross dressing military doctors and WWII Russian fighter pilots these are the stories of women for whom battle was not a metaphor The
  • Title: Women Warriors: An Unexpected History
  • Author: Pamela D. Toler
  • ISBN: 0807064327
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Hardcover

Women Warriors: An Unexpected History Pamela D. Toler ✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler - Women Warriors: An Unexpected History, Women Warriors An Unexpected History Who says women don t go to war From Vikings and African queens to cross dressing military doctors and WWII Russian fighter pilots these are the stories of women for whom battle was not a metaphor The. ✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler, Women Warriors: An Unexpected History, Pamela D. Toler, Women Warriors An Unexpected History Who says women don t go to war From Vikings and African queens to cross dressing military doctors and WWII Russian fighter pilots these are the stories of women for whom battle was not a metaphor The woman warrior is always cast as an anomaly Joan of Arc not G I Jane But women it turns out have always gone to war In this fascinating lively and wide rangi

  • ✓ Women Warriors: An Unexpected History ↠ Pamela D. Toler
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Women Warriors: An Unexpected History

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  1. Melisende d&says:

    The author states her intent is to bring women warriors out of the historical shadows to consider the reasons that they have taken up arms and how those reasons related to their roles and the consequences of their actions.I am actually going to be very blunt here this is very basic stuff that a good google search can produce I myself have written about over half the women mentioned have read the same books have read the same internet articles And if this is your area of interest, then yo The aut [...]

  2. Mimisays:

    Interesting primer on female warriors throughout history, with a nice balance time and location wise.If you already read up on the subject, you can pretty much skip this one, I already knew about most women mentionedNevertheless a good starting point if you are interested in the subject.

  3. Carol Keansays:

    Woman as Warrior may seem like an oxymoron, but women have a long history of fighting and taking lives In the old world view, It is no possible for a mother to kill than for a warrior to give birth, Pamela D Toler writes.If you ve heard of only a few warrior women namely, Joan of Arc and Boudica , it isn t because there s been no than a few It s because men took charge of writing and record keeping, and women had no place there especially not women who defeated men in battle bu Woman as Warrior [...]

  4. Jill Meyersays:

    Do you look at the military in the United States and think about how many women are within the ranks The fighters who patrol the areas at war and that new Seal Team recruit Are women fighting a new thing in our armed forces a new thing Not so , says historian Pamela Toler Toler, whose new book, Women Warriors An Unexpected History , is a look at women through history who have fought for their countries, both under cover and in the open Women have actually fought in battles at the sides Do you lo [...]

  5. Debbiesays:

    This book is as much about how various cultures including modern America have viewed women warriors as it is about the warrior women themselves Each chapter had several examples of that theme Queens who led troops, etc and each biography was about 3 pages long The bios covered why the woman went to war, what she did during the war, and how her contemporaries viewed her Between each bio and even within it , the author commented on people s attitudes about the female warriors It was an i This book [...]

  6. Annarellasays:

    An interesting read but it could have been better organized.I appreciated the style of writing and the well researched material but it wasn t my cup of tea.Many thanks to the publisher and Edelweiss for this ARC

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