The Widows of WAR

Feldman, Leah Eckberg
May 2003
Good Housekeeping;May2003, Vol. 236 Issue 5, p50
Relates the stories of widows whose husbands had been killed while on military duty in the Middle East in 2002. Christine Galewski; Stephanie Romero-Wendorf; Anne Edmunds.


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