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The Women’s Movement in Wartime

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    Chapter 1 Introduction: The Women’s Movement and the First World War
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    Chapter 2 ‘Indian Sisters! … Send your husbands, brothers, sons’: India, Women and the First World War
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    Chapter 3 Martial Spirit and Mobilization Myths: Bourgeois Women and the ‘Ideas of 1914’ in Germany
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    Chapter 4 ‘French women do not wish to talk about peace’: Julie Siegfried and the Response of the Conseil National des Femmes Françaises to the First World War
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    Chapter 5 Blaming the Women: Women’s ‘Responsibility’ for the First World War
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    Chapter 6 The Creation of an Icon in Defence of Hélène Brion: Pacifists and Feminists in the French Minority Media
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    Chapter 7 In a Different Voice: Responses of Hungarian Feminism to the First World War
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    Chapter 8 Feminism and Suffrage in Russia: Women, War and Revolution 1914–1917
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    Chapter 9 The Pankhursts and the Great War
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    Chapter 10 ‘The Woman Who Dared’: Major Mabel St Clair Stobart
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    Chapter 11 Esther Pohl Lovejoy, M.D., the First World War, and a Feminist Critique of Wartime Violence
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    Chapter 12 Elisabeth Rotten and the ‘Auskunfts- und Hilfsstelle für Deutsche im Ausland und Ausländer in Deutschland’, 1914–1919
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    Chapter 13 Transforming Utopia: The ‘League for the Protection of Mothers and Sexual Reform’ in the First World War
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    Chapter 14 The ‘Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’ and Reconciliation after the Great War
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    Chapter 15 Sacrificial Rituals and Wounded Hearts: The Uses of Christian Symbolism in French and German Women’s Responses to the First World War
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Chapter title
‘The Woman Who Dared’: Major Mabel St Clair Stobart
Chapter number 10
Book title
The Women’s Movement in Wartime
Published by
Palgrave Macmillan, London, January 2007
DOI 10.1057/9780230210790_10
Book ISBNs
978-1-349-28576-1, 978-0-230-21079-0
Authors

Angela K. Smith