Nearly forgotten, Ravensbrück was a concentration camp built to hold women, turning a scenic tourist area into a place of torture.
Bonnye Busbice Good received her masters degree in American/British history from Indiana State University. She curated the Eugene V. Debs Home in Terre Haute, Indiana, and completed a thesis on how individual women shaped his labor and socialist philosophies. Previously, she researched an undergraduate thesis in Ireland, resulting in a study of Irish revolutionary Constance Markievicz and her sister, suffragist Eva Gore-Booth.
In the years since her studies, Good has written about key Plantagenet/Tudor figures, American Civil War themes and regional history in addition to broader historical themes. She currently volunteers for a Midwestern World War II era museum featuring a rare collection of period artifacts from its time as an enemy aircraft evaluation center.