Women Warriors: A History

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Potomac Books Incorporated, Mar 1, 2000 - History - 279 pages
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Stories of Boudicea, Queen Bat Zabbai, Joan of Arc, the Amazons, and the women who fought, often disguised, in the Civil War, WWII, and as Sandinistas, together with tales of female pirates, outlaws, and terrorists.

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This is a helpful book for anyone trying to get a handle on martial women, but it is not particularly scholarly or academic. It's a great read for enthusiasts and those with general interest in women ... Read full review

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User Review  - krisiti - LibraryThing

Amazing that I really had no idea what an ancient, common phenomenon women in the military is. Entire all-female battalions, in modern Europe. Something in me is a little shocked by the idea, but my ... Read full review

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Jones is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Central Florida.

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