Gail Braydon examines the impact of war on women's employment and
the contribution that women made to the war effort. She examines
ideas about 'women's work' and responsibility for domestic labour
and childcare. This book should be of interest to students and
lecturers in 20th century social history, women's history, women's
studies and general readers.
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