France Between the Wars: Gender and Politics
Psychology Press, 1996 - 280 oldal
Sian Reynolds challenges the prevailing assumption that women had little influence or power in France during the interwar period. She combines extensive empirical research with revealing insights into France's political history and women's history.
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