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  • Elfrieda (Gene) Petzoldt of Jackson, Diane (Lowell) Mangels of Friedheim; a sister-in-law, Headlines

  • Shukert, Elfrieda Berthiaume and Barbara Smith Scibetta.

    Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II

  • “As we sailed”: Quoted in Elfrieda Berthiaume Shukert and Barbara Smith Scibetta, War Brides of World War II Novato, CA: Presidio, 1988, 57.

    Masters of the Air

  • Shukert, Elfrieda Berthiaume, and Barbara Smith Scibetta.

    Masters of the Air

  • My research subjects — I called them that because I wanted to make it clear that I do not think of them as objects even of inquiry — in responding to "The King's Visit," seemed to me distressingly empirical not because they said, in effect, "don't ask us whether he should be impressed by drags like" Karen and Elfrieda; but because they said, in effect, "don't ask us whether we should use the meeting to try to impress him, rather than to communicate with him."

    The King's Visit


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