Top-Secret-Rosies-Screen3.jpg Sylvia Rae Rivera ThumbnailsTop Secret Rosies - The Female Computers of World War IISylvia Rae Rivera ThumbnailsTop Secret Rosies - The Female Computers of World War IISylvia Rae Rivera ThumbnailsTop Secret Rosies - The Female Computers of World War IISylvia Rae Rivera ThumbnailsTop Secret Rosies - The Female Computers of World War II
Top Secret Rosies: The Female "Computers" of WWII is a 2010 documentary film directed by LeAnn Erickson. The film is focused on recognizing the contributions of women during WWII, serving as human computers and six of whom went on to program one of the earliest computers, the ENIAC. Their work helped the United States improve the accuracy of weaponry as most conducted ballistics analysis. The film officially premiered on November 1 on PBS.

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