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Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory

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"Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory" follows the journey of a group of dedicated young women who volunteer with the Red Cross during World War I. The author, Margaret Vandercook, does an excellent job of bringing the characters and setting to life, providing vivid descriptions of the challenges and triumphs faced by the Red Cross Girls as they work to provide aid to soldiers and civilians in war-torn Europe.

The story is engaging and fast-paced, keeping readers on the edge of their seats as the Red Cross Girls navigate dangerous situations and develop close bonds with one another. Vandercook's writing is both heartfelt and informative, shedding light on the important role women played in the war effort and the impact of their contributions.

Overall, "Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory" is a captivating and educational read that will appeal to history buffs and fans of wartime fiction. Vandercook's storytelling skills shine in this compelling tale of courage, friendship, and sacrifice.

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This novel set in the time of WWI, is the 8th in a series of 10. The lives and adventures of these heroic young women change rapidly as they follow the American Army of Occupation out of Luxembourg and into the city of Coblenz after the defeat of the German Empire. Summary by Debbie R. Baker Robinson.

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