Life on All Fronts: Women in the First World War

TitleLife on All Fronts: Women in the First World War
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1989
AuthorsThomas, Gill
Number of Pages48
PublisherCambridge University Press

The book looks at the experiences of women in Britain during World War I, and the changes the war brought about. The author examines the much-neglected areas of women's domestic and social lives, as well as the role of women who worked for pay. She also discusses a group of politically-active women who campaigned to end the war. As such, the book provides an alternative to accounts that focus only on male involvement in the war, and demonstrates the new opportunities that arose for women of all classes.

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