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READER Õ DOC Don't Call Us Molls FREE ó ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Don't Call Us Molls: Women of the John Dillinger Gang Author Ellen Poulsen – Insolpro.co.uk Buried under decades of stereotype and parody the true history of the female companions of the Great Depression's bank robbing gang is uncovered Don't Call Us Molls carefulUnder siege resurrecting historical figures and their private behavior This history lays bare the personal lives of the wives and girlfriends of the public enemies of the 1930s and examines how their conflicting loyalties were challenged and exploited by unrelenting pressure of the U S government to betray their m I loved this author and this book Real informative about girlfriends of Dillinger Gang what they went through

BOOK ☆ Women of the John Dillinger Gang Æ Ellen Poulsen

Buried under decades of stereotype and parody the true history of the female companions of the Great Depression's bank robbing gang is uncovered Don't Call Us Molls carefully examines the legacy of the Dillinger women using eyewitness and descendants' accounts as well as courtroom and prison records This book expl REC ME SOME RECS? HISTORICAL NON FICTION PREFERABLY BUT I'LL TAKE ANY INTERESTING NON FICTION

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Don't Call Us Molls Women of the John Dillinger GangOres the collective experience of these fugitives and offers a thoughtful well informed commentary on past attitudes toward the marginalized women of the day the lawbreakers the informers and a lone female sheriff FBI memos court transcripts and never before published photos reveal the events experienced by women This is a great book if you wanted to know details about what happened to the many women that were involved with the Dillinger gang It also has uite a bit of facts and history of the gang and what really happened and a lot of details about how they were treated by the court system and the police and the then young FBI If the movie made you interested in the gang but you wanted real facts and not some of the exaggerations of film then read this book I was surprised to learn that these women were not the victims they are often portrayed as in movies and newspaper articles but tough broads who knew how to manipulate the system and also how to get what they wanted from the men some of them suffered heavily to hide and defend from law enforcement