Peace Movements & Gender

Addams, Jane. "The Revolt Against War." In Women at the Hague: The International Congress of Women and Its Results, edited by Mercedes M. Randall, 54-81. New York: Garland, 1972.
Tillion, Germaine. La traversée du mal: entretiens avec Jean Lacouture, Edited by Jean Lacouture. Paris: Arléa, 1997.

This is the story of an extraordinary woman: at first one of the leaders of the Resistance, heading the Musée de l'homme network, then prisoner from 1942 to 1945 at Ravensbrück. In the 1950s, she focused her ethnological work on Algeria, North Africa, and the whole of the Middle East.

L’Ancien d’Algérie. Paris, France, 2013.

“L’Ancien d’Algérie is the official press organ of the FNACA, and the messenger of the Federation. A monthly newspaper whose first issue appeared in December 1958, its circulation is around 400,000 copies on average. [...] L’Ancien d’Algérie is the only specific newspaper for veterans of North Africa. However, beyond this aspect, it constitutes the direct link between the Federation and its members.

Stone, Oliver. Born on the Fourth of July. United States: Universal Pictures, 1989.

Based on Ron Kovic's biography. Second installment of Oliver Stone's Vietnam Trilogy, between Platoon and Heaven & Earth.


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