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ISBN:
1860641989
Author:
Deborah Thom
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
I.B.Tauris (April 15, 1998)
Pages:
224 pages
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Women Workers in the First World War Paperback.

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The war showed that women were capable of a variety of tasks and they made great sacrifices and contributions .

The war showed that women were capable of a variety of tasks and they made great sacrifices and contributions massively to the war effort. The effect of war-work has underlined women's positions by their gender; they had changed but not improved their working lives.

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Drawing on official records, contemporary writing and oral history, Deborah Thom examines the myth and reality of women's experience of war. She shows that before. 1 person is interested in this title. We receive fewer than 1 copy every 6 months.

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Its use of oral history is fascinating: purchasers receive, not just a volume detailing the growing involvement of women in Britain's twentieth-century war-efforts, but a CD containing an hour of eyewitness testimony, recorded during interviews with women 'who were there. The 17 Best Books on World War I of 2020. How World War I Changed Women's Lives.

Nice Girls and Rude Girls by Deborah Thom (IB Tauris, 1997). Fawcett Library The Fawcett Library houses an extensive collection of women's history with a reading room, exhibitions and events

Nice Girls and Rude Girls by Deborah Thom (IB Tauris, 1997). On Her Their Lives Depend: Munition Workers in the Great War by Angela Woolacott (University of California Press, 1994). Fawcett Library The Fawcett Library houses an extensive collection of women's history with a reading room, exhibitions and events. Imperial War Museum - Women in Uniform Opening in spring 2003, the exhibition illustrates the role that women have played in conflict in the 20th century. The museum would like to hear from women who may have personal mementoes relating to their experiences.

London: I. B. Tauris, 1998. 3. 0 (cloth); £1. 5 (paper).

Women's Identities at War: Gender, Motherhood, and Politics in Britain and France during the First World War. By Susan R. Grayzel. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999. 1 Summerfield, Penny, Reconstructing Women's Wartime Lives: Discourse and Subjectivity in Oral Histories of the Second World War (Manchester, 1998). Recommend this journal.

Women Workers in World War I (Social and Cultural History Today). In 1916, Jennie Randolph Churchill wrote in her book Women's War Work, 'It is one of the virtues of war that it puts the light which in peacetime is hid under a bushel in such prominence that all can see it'. Published April 22, 2000 by I. Tauris.

Thom, Deborah, Nice Girls and Rude Girls: Women Workers in World War 1 (Social & Cultural History Today . Tylee, Claire M, The Great War and Women's Consciousness: Images of Militarism and Womanhood in Women's Writings, 1914-1964. London: Macmillan, 1990.

Drawing on official records, contemporary writing and oral history, Deborah Thom examines the myth and reality of women's ""experience of war."" She shows that before 1914 they were often supporting dependants who had acquired considerable industrial experience and that women's trade activity was growing. The war showed that women were capable of a variety of tasks and they made great sacrifices and contributions massively to the war effort. The effect of war-work has underlined women's positions by their gender; they had changed but not improved their working lives.