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Neil

Interesting story! Thanks for bringing it to light!

Stu

Garth Ennis wrote an installment of his Battlefields series about these ladies: It was called, appropriately enough, "The Night Witches." I recommend it, and any other Battlefields comic Garth Ennis does. Warning: appopriately enough, his World War II protagonists don't always survive.

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