The Steel Girls. Michelle Rawlins
MICHELLE RAWLINS is an award-winning freelance journalist with over twenty-five years’ experience working in print and digital media. After learning her trade, Michelle began her freelance career writing for national newspapers and women’s magazines concentrating on real-life stories – living by the mantra: ‘it’s always the most ordinary people who have the most extraordinary stories’. Michelle currently teaches journalism at the University of Sheffield.
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To every Woman of Steel, who sacrificed so much to not
only ensure those at war had the munitions they needed
but paved the way forward for future generations.