THE FIRST LADY OF WORLD WAR II:
Eleanor Roosevelt's Daring Journey to the
Frontlines and Back
"This action-packed and suspenseful wartime drama vividly captures the selfless grit and tenderness of Eleanor Roosevelt’s battle-zone leadership." —David Michaelis, author of ELEANOR
In August 1943, Eleanor Roosevelt journeyed to the Pacific Theater, where the United States was at war with Japan. A goodwill tour, diplomatic mission, and fact-finding foray, the 25,000-mile trip was further, longer, and more dangerous than any previously undertaken by the well-traveled First Lady.
The First Lady of World War II follows Eleanor on this daring trek, taken under arduous conditions in a theater of war that sprawled over vast ocean distances. The trip, which demonstrated how dramatically she had transformed the role of First Lady, still stands —in the words of a reporter at the time—as "the most remarkable journey any president’s wife has ever made."
Hardcover • 288 pages • $26.99 U.S. • 978-1-7282-5661-0
Includes a 16-page photo insert • Sourcebooks
Audiobook • 11 hours 45 minutes • 978-1-7050-8601-8 • Recorded Books
Includes an archived recording of Eleanor Roosevelt's address to women in Wellington, NZ, on August 29, 1943
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