Books, History Class, Uncategorized, World War 2

Ruth G. Haskell’s HELMETS AND LIPSTICK

In the post-Depression United States, nursing wasn't considered a particularly "nice" job for young, unmarried women. Still, in an uncertain world where jobs were scarce and educational opportunities limited, a nursing career offered a certain amount of security. With the onset of the Second World War, "secure" became a less apt word for a nurse's… Continue reading Ruth G. Haskell’s HELMETS AND LIPSTICK