Volunteers, Auxiliaries, and Women's Mobilization: The First World War and Beyond (1914-1939)

TitleVolunteers, Auxiliaries, and Women's Mobilization: The First World War and Beyond (1914-1939)
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsJensen, Kimberly
EditorHacker, Barton C., and Margaret Vining
Book TitleA Companion to Women's Military History
Pagination189-231
PublisherBrill
CityLeiden; Boston
Abstract

This chapter examines the possibilities, paradoxes, and challenges of military women's lives and activities in the First World War and interwar years. It addresses the service of women physicians, nurses, and women workers with the military and voluntary organizations. It also assesses the activities of women in revolutionary, nationalist struggles and civil war beyond the First World War years. And it analyzes the roles of women in the military in the interwar years and as veterans of military institutions. [Author]

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