Military Women - Overviews and Other Wars
'Women in the Military' by Lt. Susan Schnall
Lt. Susan Schnall writes about her late 1960s experience in the military in the essay "Women in the Military."
Books on Women at War
Selected books about women and the military, or women at war.
About Semiramis - Sammu-Ramat
Legendary warrior queen of Assyria, she's credited with building a new Babylon as well as conquest of neighboring states.
In the 18th century, Hannah Snell disguised herself as a man and ended up serving in the army and the marines.
African Americans in Military History: Women
A useful bibliography, including books and magazine articles, on the history and experience of African American women in the military.
Images of Women In U.S. Army History
A series of photographs and artwork depictions of women's roles in war, from World War II through Desert Storm.
Military and War
Danuta Bois' list of women warriors, covering more than three thousand years of history and drawing from many different cultures. Brief biographies and some links to other sites.
Myths, Fallacies and Urban Legends
Capt. Critical, aka Capt. Barb, debunks common myths about women in the military.
Pathfinder: Women and War
Part of a bibliography from the National Archives on women's history resources.
Women of Waterloo
Andrew Uffindell writes in Military History magazine about the women who participated in the battle of Waterloo during the Napoleonic Wars -- including women who were killed in the battle.
Women in the U.S. Navy
This bibliography is the Navy's response to frequent questions about women in the Navy.
Women Left Behind
During the Crusades (as with any war), women's role was often to take care of business back home. This curriculum unit provides basic information and some reading suggestions.
Women Who Gave Their Lives
This page honors women who gave their lives in American military conflicts, from the Civil War through today.