Women in the Military

A little known fact:
women have been directly involved in battlefield warfare since before the crusades. They’ve been kept in the background as far as history is concerned. For the truth about the crusades (they’ve been grossly misunderstood for a very long time), Check out the link! Enjoy.



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  1. I use to teach about her.Molly Pitcher was born Mary Ludwig circa October 13, 1754, near Trenton, New Jersey. During the American Revolutionary War’s Battle of Monmouth, she carried pitchers of water to soldiers, thereby earning her nickname. After her husband collapsed during the battle, she took over the operation of his cannon. Honored in 1822 for her bravery, she died in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on January 22, 1832.

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