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This volume documents women's twentieth century wartime experiences from World War I through the recent conflicts in Bosnia. The articles cross national boundaries including work on France, China, Peru, Guatemala, Germany, Bosnia, the U.S. and Great Britain. The contributors of these original essays trace the evolution of women's roles as victims of war while showing also how they have been increasingly incorporated into battle as actors and perpetrators. These comparative studies analyze war's disruptions of daily life, its effects on children, rape as a war crime, access to equal opportunity, and women's resistance to violence.
Release date NZ
November 4th, 2004
Edited by Nicole A. Dombrowski
Country of Publication
14 Halftones, black and white; 14 Illustrations, black and white
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