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She Was a WWII Photographer – Behind Enemy Lines
Meet Lieutenant Adeline Peterson, war correspondent in eleven theaters of war — a brave, determined, and resilient woman who broke gender biases to photograph the world and document the atrocities of war.
◊ Caught in a Black Blizzard in Oklahoma, endured swarms of locusts
◊ Photographed Depression-era dance marathons, visited illegal speakeasies
◊ Detained by a Nazi officer under gunpoint in Czechoslovakia
◊ Fled Paris on foot and got caught in the Blitz in London
◊ Photographed the Nazi takeover of Greece
◊ Jailed in Belgrade by the Gestapo
◊ Photographed the first bomb to fall on Moscow
◊ Torpedoed at sea in North Africa in a convoy headed to war
◊ Hit by Junker planes in a B-17 Flying Fortress
◊ Stowed away on a hospital ship during D-Day and arrested for disobeying orders
◊ Witnessed machine-gun fire during the liberation of France
◊ Almost hit by Japanese snipers on Mt. Suribachi in Iwo Jima
◊ Arrested for disobeying orders during the battle of Okinawa
◊ First war correspondent to document the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp
◊ Toured Mengele’s torture chambers after the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
◊ Witnessed Disease X after the atomic bombing of Nagasaki
◊ Photographed refugee’s after the war for the Quakers.
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