Hear the fascinating story of the women who flew in WW II as members of the WASP, from Natalie Stewart-Smith. Her thesis on them was the very first academic study of the WASP and is based on numerous personal interviews, including Jacqueline Cochran, their founder. The military contribution of women fliers during World War I is a seldom seen part of the WASP story as well.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Stewart-Smith, N. J.
The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II.
Nick Manderfield (Eds.)
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