The Witch of StalingradUnknown - 2015
"As the German Blitzkrieg brings the Soviet Union to its knees in 1942, a regiment of women aviators flies out at night in flimsy aircraft without parachutes or radios to harass the Wehrmacht troops. The Germans call them "Night Witches" and the best of them is Lilya Drachenko. From the other end of the world, photojournalist Alex Preston arrives to "get the story" for the American press and witnesses sacrifice, hardship, and desperate courage among the Soviet women that is foreign to her. So also are their politics. While the conservative journalist and the communist Lilya clash politically, Stalingrad, the most savage battle of the 20th century, brings them together, until enemy capture and the lethal Russian winter tears them apart again"--Publisher's description.
Publisher: Valley Falls, NY : Victory Editions/Bold Strokes Books, 2015
Edition: FIrst edition
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: SARACEN J
Characteristics: 301 pages ; 22 cm