World War II WAC

TitleWorld War II WAC
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsDenton, Helen, and Robert O. Babcock
Number of Pages151
PublisherDeeds Publishing
CityMarietta, GA
Abstract

Helen Denton grew up in South Dakota and worked in Minneapolis before enlisting in the Women’s Army Corps. After a brief stint as a recruiter in Nebraska, she was tapped to join General Eisenhower’s staff in London. She spent the months preceding June 6, 1944, there, sleeping underground to survive the nightly bombing raids. As a corporal and a clerk for General Dwight Eisenhower, she typed out the top secret battle plans for the D-Day Invasion, something she never revealed until this memoir.

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