Marlene Dietrich, "a German who had renounced her country following the rise of the Nazis and rejected Hitler's request that she return--became an ardent and fearless supporter of the Allied Forces, performing hundreds of times for the troops as near the war zone as she could get." " When asked why she had traveled to war zones to entertain and comfort Allied troops, she famously and simply replied, "aus Anstand." "It was the decent thing to do.""
Loyalty Dance Team Ent Presents The War Zone Part II Performances TOO MUCH DANCE MAJORETTE - YouTube
"In 1968 Catherine Leroy, one of the first female combat photographers of the Vietnam War era, surprised her North Vietnamese captors by photographing and interviewing them when they returned her cameras as they released her from detention. The photograph ended up on the cover of Life magazine."
Excellent article on medicine in the war zone, artifacts in the UK Science museum - including Colt's stretcher for narrow trenches, United Kingdom, 1915-1918. Doctors and surgeons facedd extraordinary challenges helping the wounded, had to organize, invent, strategize. http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife/themes/war/warzone.aspx
Too Much Dance at The War Zone Dance Competition - YouTube