Out of the Cage : Women''s Experiences in Two World Wars
By: Braybon, Gail.
Contributor(s): Summerfield, Penny.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Library Editions: Women''s History: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (353 p.).ISBN: 9781136247347.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Out of the Cage : Women''s Experiences in Two World WarsDDC classification: 305.409410904 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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OUT OF THE CAGE Women''s Experiences in Two World Wars; Copyright; OUT OF THE CAGE WOMEN''S EXPERIENCES IN TWO WORLD WARS; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Preface And Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part OneThe First World War; Chapter 2 Women Before 1914; Chapter 3 Dilution: Womenin ''Men''s Jobs''; Chapter 4 War Work; Chapter 5 Healthand Welfare; Chapter 6 Domestic Life; Chapter 7 Demobilisation 1918-20; Part TwoThe Second World War; Chapter 8 Women Betweenthe Wars; Chapter 9 CallUp; Chapter 10 Dilution Again; Chapter 11 Onthe Job; Chapter 12 Love, Sexand Marriage
Chapter 13 Healthand WelfareChapter 14 Double Burden; Chapter 15 Demobilisation 1945-50; Chapter 16 Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Originally published in 1987, Out of the Cage brings vividly to life the experiences of working women from all social groups in the two World Wars.Telling a fascinating story, the authors emphasise what the women themselves have had to say, in diaries, memoirs, letters and recorded interviews about the call up, their personal reactions to war, their feelings about pay and the company at work, the effects of war on their health, their relations with men and their home lives; they speak too about how demobilisation affected them, and how they spent the years between two World Wars.
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