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Elizebeth Friedman

Elizebeth Friedman

Pagel-Hogan, Elizabeth

Series: Women Warriors of World War II
Library Bound

Elizebeth Friedman stood out at an early age for her brilliant language skills. These talents led to codebreaking. Friedman solved coded messages to take down some of the most notorious gangsters in the United States. During World War II, she took her skills to the frontlines.

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Copyright: 2024
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Size: 9 x 7
Pages: 32
Interest Grade: 2-5
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Classification: Nonfiction
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AR: 4.8
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Dewey: B
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 08-2023
ISBN: 9781669013464
Item #: 54782
Available : 55
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Price: $27.49

Key words: Graphic Novels, World War II, Elizebeth Friedman, Code Breaker, Informational Text, Women Warriors of WW II, Art/Rec, Graphic, Nonfiction, Illustrations
Table of Contents, Index, Graphic Library, Capstone Press


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