Table of contents for The women's movement in wartime : international perspectives, 1914-19 / edited by Alison S. Fell, Ingrid Sharp.


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Introduction: The Women's Movement and the First World War--A.S.Fell & I.Sharp * 'Indian Sisters!...Send your Husbands, Brothers, Sons': India, Women and the First World War--S.Das * Martial Spirit and Mobilisation Myths: Women and the 'Ideas of 1914' in Germany--C.Siebrecht * 'The Women of France do not wish to Speak about Peace': Julie Siegfried and the Response of the 'Conseil National des Femmes Fransçaises' to the First World War--A.S.Fell * Blaming the Women: Women's Responsibility for the First World War--I.Sharp * The Creation of an Icon in Defence of He;lène Brion: Pacifists and Feminists in the French Minority Media--J.Shearer * 'In a Different Voice': Responses of Hungarian Feminism to the First World War--J.Acsády * Feminism and Suffrage in Russia: Women, War and Revolution 1914-17--O.Shnyrova * The Pankhursts and the Great War--J.Purvis * 'The Woman who Dared': Major Mabel St Clair Stobart--A.K.Smith * Esther Pohl Lovejoy, M.D., the First World War, and a Feminist Critique of Wartime Violence--K.Jensen * Elizabeth Rotten and the 'Auskunftsund Hilfsstelle für Deutschland im Ausland und Ausla;nder in Deutschland', 1914-18--M.Stibbe * Preserving Utopia: the 'German League for the Protection of Mothers and Sexual Reform' in the First World War--P.Davies * 'The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom' and Reconciliation after the Great War--E.Kuhlman * Sacrificial Rituals and Wounded Hearts: the Uses of Christian Symbolism in French and German Women's Responses to the First World War--C.O'Brien * *
Introduction: The Women's Movement and the First World War--A.S.Fell & I.Sharp * 'Indian Sisters!...Send your Husbands, Brothers, Sons': India, Women and the First World War--S.Das * Martial Spirit and Mobilisation Myths: Women and the 'Ideas of 1914' in Germany--C.Siebrecht * 'The Women of France do not wish to Speak about Peace': Julie Siegfried and the Response of the 'Conseil National des Femmes Fransçaises' to the First World War--A.S.Fell * Blaming the Women: Women's Responsibility for the First World War--I.Sharp * The Creation of an Icon in Defence of He;lène Brion: Pacifists and Feminists in the French Minority Media--J.Shearer * 'In a Different Voice': Responses of Hungarian Feminism to the First World War--J.Acsády * Feminism and Suffrage in Russia: Women, War and Revolution 1914-17--O.Shnyrova * The Pankhursts and the Great War--J.Purvis * 'The Woman who Dared': Major Mabel St Clair Stobart--A.K.Smith * Esther Pohl Lovejoy, M.D., the First World War, and a Feminist Critique of Wartime Violence--K.Jensen * Elizabeth Rotten and the 'Auskunftsund Hilfsstelle für Deutschland im Ausland und Ausla;nder in Deutschland', 1914-18--M.Stibbe * Preserving Utopia: the 'German League for the Protection of Mothers and Sexual Reform' in the First World War--P.Davies * 'The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom' and Reconciliation after the Great War--E.Kuhlman * Sacrificial Rituals and Wounded Hearts: the Uses of Christian Symbolism in French and German Women's Responses to the First World War--C.O'Brien * *



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
World War, 1914-1918 -- Women.
Feminism -- History -- 20th century.