Without an Ally: The Secret Lives of LGBTQ+ People in During World War II

Without an Ally: The Secret Lives of LGBTQ+ People in During World War II


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In the tumult of World War II, where the clash of Axis and Allied powers reshaped history, another narrative emerges-one that illuminates the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals on both sides of the conflict. With this groundbreaking work, Morgan delves deep into the hidden history of LGBTQ+ individuals during World War II. From the battlefront to the home front, this meticulously researched book sheds light on the lives of those who fought not only against tyranny but also against the silence and stigma surrounding their identities. Come along to uncover the struggles, triumphs, and contributions of LGBTQ+ individuals during this pivotal era. With empathy and insight, we bring to life the stories of love, loss, and resilience that have long been overlooked in the annals of history. A testament to the power of visibility and understanding, this book is an excellent addition to the literature on LGBTQ+ history. Join us on a journey of discovery, as we uncover the forgotten voices of those individuals who bravely navigated the complexities of war and identity. Their stories remind us that even in the darkest of times, love and resilience shine bright.

The author currently resides in the vibrant city of Chicago with their wife, Kelly, and their two cats, Benny and Joon. After finishing their degrees in Anthropology and History from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, they won the Julia Boseman Student Leadership Award, which recognizes outstanding student leadership and contributions to education, social, and political activism for LGBTQ+ people, this book is their continuation of working towards contributing to the education of the public of LGBTQ+ issues.

  • Paperback
  • 162 pages
  • Written by Morgan Sandner Beatty