It's D-Day and Trudie goes behind enemy lines to Italy, while the man she loves plays cat-and-mouse with the Nazis deep in occupied France. Meanwhile there is still no word of the whereabouts of Trudie's beloved brother Karl, reported missing in action in the Pacific theater of war. In the stunning final volume of The Turbulent Years. Elizabeth Joyce's romantic trilogy of one woman's experiences in the U. S. Women's Army Corp. in WWII, the true extent of the Holocaust is revealed, Trudie's lesbian friends, long tolerated while the war lasted, become the subject of a postwar witch hunt, and a whole new world seems to be opening up – for those who survive to see it. And then Trudy receives dramatic news about one of the two men in her life.
Mustafa Kemal – latterly and better known as Atatürk - is without doubt the most famous figure in modern Turkish history. But what was his path to power? And how did his early career as a soldier in the Ottoman army affect his later decisions as President? _x000D_ _x000D_ The Young Atatürk tracks the lesser covered period of Kemal’s life – from…
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