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This lively collection of essays showcases recent research into the impact of the conflict on British women during the First World War and since. This book was originally published as a special issue of Womenâ s History Review.

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This lively collection of essays showcases recent research into the impact of the conflict on British women during the First World War and since. This book was originally published as a special issue of Womenâ s History Review.
Autorenporträt
Maggie Andrews is Professor of Cultural History at the University of Worcester, UK. Her research and publications explore domesticity and femininity in twentieth century Britain with a particular focus on the Home Front in both the First and Second World Wars, including The Home Front in Britain: Images, Myths and Forgotten Experiences since 1914 (edited with Janis Lomas, 2014). Alison Fell is Professor of French Cultural History at the University of Leeds, UK. She has published widely on British and French women's responses to, and experiences in, the First World War, including Women as Veterans in Britain and France after the First World War (2018). Lucy Noakes is the Rab Butler Professor of Modern History at the University of Essex, UK. She researches and publishes in the fields of war, gender, memory, and national identity, with a particular interest in twentieth century Britain. June Purvis is Professor Emerita of Women's and Gender History at the University of Portsmouth, UK. She has published widely on women's education in nineteenth century Britain, and especially on the suffragette movement in Edwardian Britain, including the acclaimed Emmeline Pankhurst: a biography (2002), and Christabel Pankhurst: a biography (2018).