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Gender and War: Australians at War in the Twentieth Century

Gender and War Australians at War in the Twentieth Century War has been a key part of the Australian experience and central to many national mythologies Yet than most activities war polarises femininity and masculinity This exciting collection of essays expl

War has been a key part of the Australian experience and central to many national mythologies Yet than most activities, war polarises femininity and masculinity This exciting collection of essays explores the inter relationship of gender and war in Australia for the first time Traditional images of Australians during wartime show the digger making history in battWar has been a key part of the Australian experience and central to many national mythologies Yet than most activities, war polarises femininity and masculinity This exciting collection of essays explores the inter relationship of gender and war in Australia for the first time Traditional images of Australians during wartime show the digger making history in battle, while women play a supportive role as nurses, or wives and mothers on the home front Yet as this book shows, war offers opportunities that erode gender boundaries Women may be empowered economically, politically and sexually, while the trauma of war can leave men emasculated First published in 1995, Gender and War focuses on women s and men s experiences in WWI, WWII and the Vietnam War This interdisciplinary collection addresses a wide range of subjects, and promises to change the way we think about women, men and war in the twentieth century.

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