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Auger, Geneviève; Lamothe, Raymonde. - De la poêle à frire à la ligne de feu: la vie quotidienne des Québécoises pendant la guerre '39-'45. - [S.l.]: Boréal Express, 1981. - 232 p.

Gossage, Carolyn. - Greatcoats and glamour boots: Canadian women at war (1939-1945). - Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1991. - 215 p.

Landells, E.A., ed. - The military nurses of Canada: recollections of Canadian military nurses. - White Rock, B.C.: Co-Publishing, 1995. - 628 p.

* Pierson, Ruth Roach. - Canadian women and the Second World War. - Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1983. - 31 p. - (Canadian Historical Association historical booklet no. 37) - Also published in French under the title: Les Canadiennes et la Seconde Guerre mondiale

_____. - "They're still women after all": the Second World War and Canadian womanhood.- Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986. - 301 p. - (The Canadian social history series)


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