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WWII women code breakers hold first reunion in over 70 years

WWII women code breakers hold first reunion in over 70 years

In a 25 March 2019 article for ConnectingVets.com - Kaylah Jackson writes about the incredible reunion in Washington, DC of the women code breakers of World War II - many of whom were featured in Liza Mundy's bestseller - Code Girls.

Five of the women code breakers and their families were honored by the Veterans History Project at a ceremony at the Library of Congress.

Read the full article at ConnectingVets.com.

 

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