World War I and the German Welfare State: Gender, Religion, and the Paradoxes of Modernity

TitleWorld War I and the German Welfare State: Gender, Religion, and the Paradoxes of Modernity
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsHong, Young-Sun
EditorEley, Geoff
Book TitleSociety, Culture, and the State in Germany, 1870-1930
Pagination345-369
PublisherUniversity of Michigan Press
CityAnn Arbor
Abstract

This study from 1870-1930 draws together important new work on the Kaiserreich--the period between Bismarck's unification of Germany and the First World War. The chapter particularly focuses on World War I and the German Welfare State. Topics such as gender, religion, and the paradoxes of modernity are explored. [University of Michigan Press]

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