Strictly G.I.: The WWII Letters of Cpl. Wanda M

NEW! Expanded to include images of the last letter, a scrapbook including an 1898 photograph of Grand Rapids, family photographs and V-Mail examples.

This book is a view of WWII enlisted life from the WAC perspective. Wanda maintains a positive outlook during her time a a WAC.

Strictly G.I. is a historical account of World War II from one of the first female soldiers...

Created from an actual collection of letters and Vmail. Wanda served in the 149th WAAC Post Hq. Co., the first group of Womens Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) during World War II to be sent overseas. "Strictly G.I." is a phrase Wanda used to describe herself. She advanced quickly in the ranks, and shared her proudest moments in the letters, beginning with her initial training in Des Moines to marches before the general in North Africa. She also shares more humorous moments and interesting observations.


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