In a never before seen adventure into the stories of the unknown, History At PlayTM embodies the spirit of international women who risked their lives to defeat Fascism in World War II.  World War Women is a suspenseful reliving of the terrors and triumphs of some of our greatest heroines. From organizing the resistance, to rescuing downed RAF pilots, testing new aircraft, and flying dangerous missions, these stories are not for the faint of heart and may very well be the most influential and often forgotten victories of the war.
If you are looking for a performance that reminds audiences young and old that humanity is strongest when working together, look no further than World War Women.  Suitable ages 13 and up. Running Time: Approx. 75 minutes. 

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World War Women™
The Unsung Heroines of WWII
Al Conant Photography, The Collings Foundation
Al Conant Photography, The Collings Foundation
​There are five influential and often forgotten women portrayed in this program, including:

Vera Atkins
 Organized the Special Operations Executive (SOE) British Intelligence Agency.
Virginia Hall
 The first female spy sent to Nazi-occupied France to organize the Resistance.
Jane Fawcett
 Worked at Bletchley Park in England to descramble the German Enigma machine.
Ann Baumgartner
A Woman Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) and the first woman to fly a jet plane.
Jacqueline Cochran
Organized and managed the WASP program. One of the most highly decorated pilots in the world.