Sandoval Serena Women in the Second World War

Sandoval Serena Women in the Second World War - Case Study:...

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Case Study: Women in the Second World War Esther Bubley, Therese Bonney, and Toni Frissell; all of these ladies put their lives on the line. Putting their lives in danger and in harm’s way just to get the perfect picture to inform the public the truth of what is happening in the war. Preforming a noble cause and doing something that was unusual for a woman to do at the time. Though Bubley, Bonney, and Frissell were all photographers, they were all different in their own ways, and different backgrounds, they are all united for the same cause- get the truth out to the people. Esther Bubley explored the American home front as the nation mobilized for war (2010 Library of Congress for Bubley). Bubley went on one cross-country bus trip. During that time she had made hundreds of images of a country in transition from the doldrums of the Great Depression to the fevered pace of war (2010 Library of Congress for Bubley). Bubley was not like her collogues. She was not drawn to the industrial complexes that had spawned by the war. Instead, she had focus on average Americans and the human dimension of mobilization. "Put me
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course BUSN 319 taught by Professor Amanda andres during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Long Beach.

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