Who Represents Hungarian Women? The Demise of the Liberal Bourgeois Women’s Rights Movement and the Rise of the Right-Wing Women’s Movement in the Aftermath of World War I
The Mater Dolorosa on the Battlefield— Mourning Mothers in German Women’s Art of the First World War
Sisters and Comrades Women’s Movements and the “Austrian Revolution”: Gender in Insurrection, the (Räte) Movement, Parties and Parliament
Controlling Urban Society during World War I: Cooperation between Belgian Authorities and the Forces of Military Occupation
Best Boys and Aching Hearts: The Rhetoric of Romance as Social Control in Wartime Magazines for Young Women
Stereotypical Bedfellows: The Combination of Anti-Semitism with Germanophobia in Great Britain, 1914–1918
The Memory Landscape of the South-Western Front: Cultural Legacy, Promotion of Tourism, or European Heritage?