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Diverse Constructions: Feminist and Conservative Women’s Movements and Their Contribution to the (Re-)Construction of Gender Relations in Hungary after the First World War

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Author(s): Acsády, Judit
Acsády, Judit - Diverse Constructions: Feminist and Conservative Women’s Movements and Their Contribution to the (Re-)Construction of Gender Relations in Hungary after the First World War Keywords: feminists (FE) | First World War | Hungarian Women's National Federation (MANSZ) | prisoners of war (POWs) | remobilisation | women organisations ISFWWS-Keywords: Austria-Hungary | Legacy | Society | Literature | Religion | Prisoners of War | Gender | Intellectuals and the War Abstract: The issue of changing gender relations was handled very differently by the two …

Preliminary Material

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Contributor(s): Stibbe, Matthew | Sharp, Ingrid
Sharp, Ingrid; Stibbe, Matthew - Preliminary Material Keywords: political rights | remobilisation | womens suffrage Abstract: This front matter section on this book on Aftermaths of War contains the Table of Contents, Acknowledgements, and a short list of Abbreviations that occur in the book. It also presents list of Illustrations and Contributors. The book talks about commemoration, remembering and remobilisation, womens suffrage and political rights. Aftermaths of War Ingrid Sharp and Matthew Stibbe, (2011) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2011 e-ISBN: 97890041…