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Martha Gellhorn at the D-Day Landings

The inspiring true story of Martha Gellhorn's perilous, secret journey to become the only female journalist to cover the D-Day landings of 1944THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. JUNE 1944.On a dark night at the height of World War Two, thousands of ships charge across the ocean towards the French coast. Les mer
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The inspiring true story of Martha Gellhorn's perilous, secret journey to become the only female journalist to cover the D-Day landings of 1944THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. JUNE 1944.On a dark night at the height of World War Two, thousands of ships charge across the ocean towards the French coast. This is Operation Neptune: the beginning of the fight to free Europe from the Nazis. The next few weeks will turn the tide of the war.On board one of the hospital ships, disguised as a nurse, is Martha Gellhorn. A seasoned war correspondent, she talked her way onboard, hiding in a lavatory until it was too late to send her back. Now Martha is on her way to make history as the only woman to set foot on the beaches on D-Day.Michelle Jabes Corpora is an American author who has ghostwritten five novels in a worldfamous, bestselling mystery series. She is also the author of American Horse Tales: The Dust Bowl (Penguin Workshop). She spends her time learning about history, working on political campaigns, and practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Michelle lives in Maryland with her husband, two daughters, a pair of long-haired guinea pigs, and a calico cat.

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