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The least known American veterans of World War II weren’t just women. They were the first American women to fly for the military. This elite squadron included some of the best aviators of their time, and though they weren’t even recognized as veterans for decades after their service, their service set a course for female aviators decades later and proved that they were any man’s equal in the cockpit.
Valerie Finnigan, Monami Kun
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In the 1930’s and into the 1940’s, The Nazis swept through Europe, killing everyone Hitler didn’t like and enslaving the rest. Imperial Japan did much the same to the Asian mainland and the South Pacific. As they and their other Axis partners plunged more and more of the world into war, women all over defied the social norms of the time to stand – or fly – against them. Here are some of their stories.