World War II German Women's Auxiliary Services by Gordon Williamson
In Nazi Germany the place of women was in the home as wife and mother. German women we taught that their duty in life was to have as many children as possible and look after their husband. However, with the war taking men away to fight women were needed as workers. A number of women served in Germany's auxiliarty services which supported the Wehrmacht in World War II. This book looks at the organisation, duties, and special uniforms of these women who who served with all four armed services, and several other organisations, under the Third Reich.