Untold Story Of Heroic Woman In World War 2, Historical Fiction Novel Relaunched
Due to the high interest in author T.H. Harbinger's 2022 book, Insights on Innovation has extended its print run, releasing a new set of copies in paperback.
"M.A.D Scientists: A Love Story" puts a spotlight on Viola Schmitt, wife of American inventor and engineer Otto Schmitt, detailing her largely unknown contributions to the Allied forces' success in World War 2.
While most popular stories of female heroes in World War 2 focus on espionage and sabotage, T.H. Harbinger seeks to bring to light the story of an unknown, uncredited woman, whose scientific work made a lasting impact on one of the deadliest conflicts in history.During World War 2, the German U-boats were a massive problem for the Allied forces, destroying thousands of merchant vessels carrying their supplies. According to "Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting" by H.W. Crocker, almost 3,000 Allied ships (175 warships; 2,825 merchant ships) had been sunk by U-boat torpedoes.
About Insights on Innovation
Insights on Innovation is dedicated to telling the stories of unknown historical figures, whose works in STEM and other industries made a mark on modern society.“Based on historical events, the stories of farmers, professors, scientists, and business executives who have left an imprint on our way of life are now being revealed for the first time,” says a spokesperson for the publisher.Interested readers can find more information at https://www.insightsoninnovation.net