Re: Pearl Harbor companion film

BLandmark@aol.com
Tue, 14 Aug 2001 06:42:52 -0700 (PDT)

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As a companion film for PEARL HARBOR, Landmark Media has an excellent
documentary, FREE A MAN TO FIGHT, WOMEN SOLDIERS OF WWII.
Severe manpower shortages forced the U.S .to recruit 400,000 women into
military service during WWII That war not only changed the world, but also
the role of women in the military. These are their stories and difference
they made in shaping our perception of of the women who served.
IFor preview, please contact me,
Bev Weisenberg
800-999-6645

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As a companion film for PEARL HARBOR, Landmark Media has an excellent
documentary, FREE A MAN TO FIGHT, WOMEN SOLDIERS OF WWII.
Severe manpower shortages forced the U.S .to recruit 400,000 women into
military service during WWII   That war not only changed the world, but also
the role of women in the military.  These are their stories and difference
they made in shaping our perception of  of the women who served.  
IFor preview, please contact me,
Bev Weisenberg
800-999-6645
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