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Virginia Hall

Virginia Hall

Langston-George, Rebecca

Series: Women Warriors of World War II
Library Bound

In the early 1940s, during World War II, Germany’s Nazi regime expanded into European countries. Virginia Hall's ambition led her to work at the U.S. embassy in Warsaw. After the loss of her leg in a hunting accident, she became a spy for Allied forces, serving behind enemy lines in France.

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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: 5.0
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Dewey: B
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 08-2023
ISBN: 9781669013709
Item #: 54784
Available : 52
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Price: $27.49

Key words: Graphic Novels, World War II, Virginia Hall, Spy, Poland, Informational Text, Women Warriors of WW II, Art/Rec, Graphic, Nonfiction
Illustrations, Table of Contents, Index, Graphic Library, Capstone Press

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During World War II, women served the Allied forces in many remarkable ways. Some were spies and activists working behind the enemy lines. Others were nurses and soldiers dedicated to making a difference. Get to know the courageous women warriors who defied expectations.

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