WOMEN OF COURAGE: eyewitness to war

WOMEN OF COURAGE: eyewitness to war

    Price: $265.00

    Code: 2183
    Format: DVD

    Directed By: Noble Streets International
    2005, Length: 5-parts/ 60 minute each
    Purchase: $265 | Classroom Rental: $125

    For five years Gladys Arnold watched and wrote of a war she knewwas coming, but others denied. In 1935 she was a reporter in France, sure of two things:Her objectivity and pacifism. Stirred by anti-Semitism and the cruelties she witnessedacross England, Italy, Spain, France and Germany, she went to battle by becoming a journalistfor the Canadian Press. When Germany rolled into Paris, Gladys was forced to flee –but her passionate words stirred a slumbering nation. Within those years, Gladys Arnoldwas transformed into an impassioned activist. Helping lead others into support for deGaulle and his French people. Eyewitness to War is a gripping story of one woman’s transformationfrom pacifist to activist.



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