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World War II was the largest and most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind It has affected millions of people around the world both directly and indirectly Even though half of a century separates us from the unforgettable event it left horrible memories especially in those who saw felt and experienced World War II which was waged on land on sea and in the air all over the earth for approximately six years Whether its a battle hospital or holocaust there are so many stories from the survivors who can teach us not only about the profession of arms but also about military preparations global strategies and combined operations in the coalition war against fascism My interviewee went through a lot during World War II and sharing her amazing story left me evaluating her words for a long time rethinking and still not willing to imagine the pain She was one of the 150000 American woman served in the Womens Army Corps during the war years They were one of the first ones to serve in the ranks of the United States Army She recalls being teased a lot about being a young woman in a uniform but was very proud of it Women finally were given the opportunity to make a major contribution to the national affair especially a world war It started with a meeting in1941 of Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers and General George Marshall who was the Armys Chief of Staff Rogers asked General to introduce a bill to establish an Army womens corps where my interviewee Elizabeth Plancher was really hoping to get the benefits after the World War II along with other women Since after World War I women came back from war and were not entitled to protection or any medical benefits Mrs Plancher was a strong-willed woman dedicated to her goals She was waiting for this day to happen and it did
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