Book review: U.S. Marine Corps Women’s Reserve

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15 March 2019
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Just as many British women’s organisations of WWII were created to free up men for combat duty, so it was with the US Marine Corps Women’s Reserve.

Author: JIM MORAN

Reviewed by: Duncan Evans

 

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Just as many British women’s organisations of WWII were created to free up men for combat duty, so it was with the US Marine Corps Women’s Reserve. Jim Moran’s excellent book is split between the history, training, job assignments, administration, duty in Hawaii, special units and decorations, and then has a superb look at uniforms and equipment with both period and modern photos. Printed in colour on nice paper.

 

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• Frontline Books

• 212 pages • Hardback • £30

 

As reviewed in The Armourer March 2019

 

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