From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- The ladies of Bomb Girls went from ‘making pies to making bombs’
Michael MacLennan, the head writer of a new miniseries centred on the women who worked in Canadian munitions factories during the Second World War, gives a succinct explanation for what is one of Bomb Girls’ most striking, immediate features: “It can be difficult finding conflict today,” he says. Read more.
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