Women workers in the First World War: the British experience

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Croom Helm, 1981 - Political Science - 244 pages
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An examination of the zeitgeist when women went to work at typically men's jobs during WWI. Although the topic itself is fascinating (I love when theories of gender and class collide), I was frustrated by the constant repetition and lack of original thought. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
10
The Need for Womens Labour in the First World War
44
1 The Attitudes of Employers
60
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