As part of a Civil Affairs Unit, an American doctor brought medical care to the newly liberated Philippines at the end of World War II.
A 1929 congressional wives tea became the focus of an uproar because one of women was African American.
Three women put their careers at risk to restore Nazi-seized art to their proper owners.
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