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"[Women Are Warriors] reviews the many new and impressive civilian jobs performed by females in various Allied countries. At a British airplane factory, for example, the male narrator describes women 'adapt[ing] themselves easily' to tasks that include 'working on electrical circuits, soldering iron ... working with drills and lathes [and] rivetting sheet metal.'"
-- Jeffrey A. Keshen

Keshen, Jeffrey A. Saints, Sinners, and Soldiers: Canada's Second World War. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2004. (p. 156)