4 edition of Women"s work in war time found in the catalog.
|Statement||comp. and ed. by H. M. Usborne, with a preface by Lord Northcliffe.|
|LC Classifications||HD6137 .U7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 15-174 p.|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||17031080|
Some leaders of the WSPU such as Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughter, Christabel Pankhurstplayed an important role as speakers at meetings to recruit young men into the army. Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. Reward and backlash The Representation of the People Act February was widely portrayed as a 'reward' for the contribution of female labour to the war effort. The work at once became delightful and profitable to her, calling her mind away from its own sorrows to the physical suffering of those around her. My own views had crystallised into definite opposition, and I spent my scanty leisure in supporting the anti-war organizations, the ILP, No Conscription Fellowship and the Women's International League.
They were quite prepared to receive instructions about the Vote, but they were not going to be told what they were to do in a world war. Among these we may name Madame Turchin, wife of General Turchin, who rendered essential service by her coolness, her thorough knowledge of military science, her undaunted courage, and her skill in command. It is the experience of sorrow that prepares us to minister to others in distress. In March she faced a hostile crowd at a meeting arranged by Selina Cooper in Nelson. Punch is proud and delighted.
The Confederacy had less money and fewer resources than did the Union, however, so they did much of their work on their own or through local auxiliaries and relief societies. Start your free trial today. The great discovery of the war is that the Government can force upon the capitalistic world the superlative claims of the common cause The Board of Education has concluded that one in six childhood was so physically and mentally defective as to be unable to derive reasonable benefit from the education, which the State provides My message to the government is 'take over the milk as you have taken over the munitions'. In return, the WSPU agreed to end their militant activities and help the war effort.
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She set herself to work procuring furloughs for such as were able to travel, and discharges for the permanently disabled, to get them away from a place of death. Personally, holding as I do the enfranchisement of women involved greater issues than could be involved in any war, even supposing that the objects of the Great War were those alleged, I cannot help regretting that any justification was given for the popular error which still sometimes ascribes the victory of the suffrage cause, into women's war service.
Some of the women were disappointed with Mrs. Before devoting the rest of her life to this vocation, Mrs. Women have more to lose in the horrible business than some men have; for they often lose more than life itself when their men are killed; since they lose all that makes life worth living for, all that makes for happiness the destruction of the human race too is felt more bitterly and more deeply by those who through suffering and anguish have brought the human race into the world.
Women's war histories are out there. This ill-considered action threatened to flood the labour market with volunteers willing to take employment on any terms, regardless of the consequences to the normal wage-earner. In March she faced a hostile crowd at a meeting arranged by Selina Cooper in Nelson.
The death of the honored husband, and the public labors of the heroic wife, in the same cause- the great cause that has absorbed the attention and the resources of the country for four years- have given each to the other a peculiar and thrilling interest to every loyal American heart.
Domesticity and Money Pressures The reality of many middle- and aspiring middle-class families' finances didn't match their dreams. Where are the teenage rebellion, the guilt, the smothering expectations that befall most successful women and their daughters?
Ex-servicemen reclaimed the jobs that had been performed by women during the previous four years. The great discovery of the war is that the Government can force upon the capitalistic world the superlative claims of the common cause The Board of Education has concluded that one in six childhood was so physically and mentally defective as to be unable to derive reasonable benefit from the education, which the State provides My message to the government is 'take over the milk as you have taken over the munitions'.
This was national militancy. For instance, many women became nurses in the army. Mother and I declared support of our country.
They were given a uniform and had to live on the farms where they were sent to work. Pankhurst and Christabel were returning to England for a recruiting campaign, I wept. We also campaigned for pay equal to that of men. Yet middle-class women felt the pressure of the culture telling them to stay home.
In Britain, working-class women could go to work in munitions factories as a means of supporting their families. Moreover, even in long-standing bastions of female employment such as the laundry industry, women now found themselves in competition with disabled ex-servicemen.
During the march into Tennessee in the spring ofColonel Turchin was taken seriously ill, and for some days was carried in an ambulance on the route. Most male-dominated professions remained closed to women.During World War II American women took news jobs in the military and defense industry.
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Most of these are non-specific, designed to work for any book, (although, of course, some will work better than others for particular books).Author: Teresa Preston. Women's work in WW1; Women, wages and rights Women's work in WW1.
During WWI (), large numbers of women were recruited into jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight in the war. New jobs were also created as part of the war effort, for example in munitions factories.