Tillion, Germaine. La traversée du mal: entretiens avec Jean Lacouture, Edited by Jean Lacouture. Paris: Arléa, 1997.

This is the story of an extraordinary woman: at first one of the leaders of the Resistance, heading the Musée de l'homme network, then prisoner from 1942 to 1945 at Ravensbrück. In the 1950s, she focused her ethnological work on Algeria, North Africa, and the whole of the Middle East.

L’Ancien d’Algérie. Paris, France, 2013.

“L’Ancien d’Algérie is the official press organ of the FNACA, and the messenger of the Federation. A monthly newspaper whose first issue appeared in December 1958, its circulation is around 400,000 copies on average. [...] L’Ancien d’Algérie is the only specific newspaper for veterans of North Africa. However, beyond this aspect, it constitutes the direct link between the Federation and its members.

MacGregor, Mildred A. World War II Front Line Nurse. Ann Arbor, MI: M. A. MacGregor, 2006.
Haskell, Ruth G. Helmets and Lipstick. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1944.
Schaffner, Franklin J. Patton. United States: 20th Century Fox, 1970.

Selected for preservation by the Library of Congress in 2003 as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant"

Wellman, William A. The Story of G.I. Joe. Ernie Pyle's Story of G.I. Joe. United States: United Artists, 1945.

Pyle covered the 34th and 36th Infantry Divisions during the Italian campaign. Pyle died while covering the Battle of Okinawa.

Hudson, Valerie. Sex and World Peace. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012.


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