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Waterloo Bridge Women: How The Second World War Changes Their Lives: Women'S Fiction That Passes The Bechdel Test

Waterloo Bridge Women: How The Second World War Changes Their Lives: Women'S Fiction That Passes The Bechdel Test

Sasahara, Antony

Paperback

Death & Dying

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ISBN13: 9798503666922
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: May 13 2021
Pages: 262
Weight: 0.86
Height: 0.59 Width: 5.98 Depth: 9.02
Language: English

London, 1940. Three women signed up to work construction on the Waterloo Bridge for different reasons. What happens, though, is that they get more than they planned- they find friendship and personal growth. This book is an interesting story about the women who worked to build a bridge in wartime London. How they learned to handle and do the same workmen did at a lower wage, with little respect for what they were doing, and no real recognition for what they did later - it was attributed to the hard work of the men on the job. But, this is the story of how they endured and how they won personal victories. For these three women, only one thing is certain: the Second World War will change their lives forever. A heart-wrenching new WW2 saga.

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