Women Warriors: A History

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Potomac Books Incorporated, 2000 - History - 279 pages
Reprint of the 1997 work in which cultural anthropologist Jones looks at women in the military and in wars and battles throughout history and around the world, presenting stories of women soldiers, leaders, pirates, outlaws, and terrorists in ancient times and in modern conflicts such as the Indochi

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User Review  - athenaeum135 - LibraryThing

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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A full yet readable historical survey of women at war that convincingly shows females have long been soldiers and military leaders. To counter the male conditioning that has led women to believe that ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

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

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