Women in War and Resistance

Kazimiera J. (Jean) Cottam, PhD



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Genre - War Memoir

Together with the other books of the series provides the hitherto missing human dimension of the War on the Eastern Front. In addition to analyzing Soviet women combatants' contributions to World War II effort, the books offer substantial detail and commentary on the state of the Red Army throughout its development, the essential social context within which it evolved, and the course of its military operations. The series provide new valuable insights on the Red Army and Soviet State in general, and on the human condition in the Soviet Union in particular. The books are intended for both academic and general readers interested in Russia's history and politics, and their impact on the modern world at large.


About the Author

Published since 1972 and member of the Writers' Union of Canada and Ottawa Independent Writers. In 1999 was awarded the prestigious Mary Zirin Prize by the Association for Women in Slavic Studies, affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.


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