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Women's Identities at War
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Susan R. Grayzel is associate professor of history at the University of Mississippi.

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This engaging book questions how the experience of World War I reshaped women s identities in Britain and France.

"Iris"


A provocative and worthwhile [book] and a welcome addition to the growing literature on women and war.

"Journal of Military History"


A wide-ranging cultural history of women in Britain and France during the first world war.

"Journal of Contemporary History"


Refreshingly comparative in scope, the book shows how the Great War was inscribed on the bodies and the lives of millions.

Jay Winter, Cambridge University


This is an excellent, well-argued text, and an immensely valuable contribution to the continuing debate about war and society.

"History: Journal of the Historical Association"


A provocative and worthwhile Ybook and a welcome addition to the growing literature on women and war.

"Journal of Military History"


"Refreshingly comparative in scope, the book shows how the Great War was inscribed on the bodies and the lives of millions.

Jay Winter, Cambridge University"


"This is an excellent, well-argued text, and an immensely valuable contribution to the continuing debate about war and society.

"History: Journal of the Historical Association""

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