Women and Death: Representations of Female Victims and Perpetrators in German Culture

TitleWomen and Death: Representations of Female Victims and Perpetrators in German Culture
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsFronius, Helen
Number of Pages267
PublisherCamden House
CityRochester, N.Y.
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Between the Lines tells in letters and diaries of the experiences of a Scottish Women's Hospital in Russia in the First World War, with the renowned Elsie Inglis as Chief Medical Officer. The contribution of the Scottish Women's Hospital to the Great War was a dramatic one. The first hospitals worked in France and Serbia, and after Serbia's fall in 1916, the organization sent two field hospitals to the Russian front, where they worked close to and even between the two front lines. In the fluid conditions of the Eastern Front, they were involved in two offensives and three retreats, and witnessed some of the upheavals attendant upon the 1917 revolutions in Russia. [WorldCat]

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