Women Warriors of World War II: Elizebeth Friedman: Expert Codebreaker of World War II
An inspiring graphic novel about Elizebeth Friedman, a codebreaking pioneer who changed the course of World War II.
Nazi spy rings! No-good gangsters! Shakespearian lies! Discover the courageous woman who cracked all these cases and more—with only a pencil and paper.The youngest of ten siblings, Elizebeth Friedman stood out from an early age with brilliant language skills and a passion for English literature. Eventually, these talents led to a new opportunity: codebreaking. Using ciphers and other trailblazing techniques, Friedman solved coded messages to take down some of the most notorious gangsters in the United States, including the infamous Al Capone. During World War II, as German forces stormed across Europe, she took her skills to the frontlines, thwarting Nazi spies and helping lead Allied forces to victory.
In this action-packed, full-color graphic novel, learn more about this daring woman who took risks, defied expectations, and confronted the enemies of World War II.
|Product Type||Paperback Books|
|Book Type||Graphic Novels & Comics|
|Additional Contributor||Alisha Monnin|
|Primary Contributor||Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan|
|Age Groups||Ages 7 to 9, Ages 10 to 12|