The Lonely Soldier by Helen Benedict

The Lonely Soldier

The Lonely Soldier Book Summary

“The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq” is a collection of stories on different women. Helen Benedict is the author of “The Lonely Soldier”. This book covered many facts and realities of Iraq’s war in which many American women soldiers participate. The author told that more American women have fought and died in Iraq than in any war since World War Two. In Iraq, only one in ten troops is a woman, and she often serves in a unit with few other women or none at all. This isolation, along with the military’s deep-seated hostility toward women, causes problems that many female soldiers find as hard to cope with as war itself, degradation, sexual persecution by their comrades, and loneliness, instead of the camaraderie that every soldier depends on for comfort and survival. The most painful sentence in the book is “As one female soldier said, “I ended up waging my own war against an enemy dressed in the same uniform as mine.” In summary, “The Lonely Soldier” is a must-read book for all those girls that want to join US Army. You can also Download American Sniper by Chris Kyle Free.

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