When we think about The Second World War we don’t think about mental health. Of those who upon hearing of the impeding war couldn’t see a way to carry on. They are the forgotten victims of WW2. But their stories are finally being heard and might just provide the key to our modern-day mass mental health crisis.
Ballerina Franceska Mann became legend when she killed an SS guard on the way to the gas chamber. But who was she? And what does her mythologising truly tell us about life as a woman during the Holocaust
Meet The Clubmobile and the badass women who risked life and limb to travel to the front line…and deliver coffee and doughnuts to homesick troops. It might sound daft, but this scheme was crucial in boosting morale and keeping soldiers going during WW2.