Transnational Outrage

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Transnational Outrage
Author : K. Pickles
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Publisher : Springer
Language : English
Release Date : 22 January 2016
ISBN : 9780230286085
Pages : 277 pages
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Transnational Outrage by K. Pickles Book PDF Summary

The execution of British matron Edith Cavell by occupying German forces was portrayed by the allies as one of the key atrocities of the Great War. This book recovers and interprets the worldwide reaction to Cavell's death, exploring its contextual relationship within imperial and international history, as well women's history and gender history.

Transnational Outrage

The execution of British matron Edith Cavell by occupying German forces was portrayed by the allies as one of the key atrocities of the Great War. This book recovers and interprets the worldwide reaction to Cavell's death, exploring its contextual relationship within imperial and international history, as well women's history

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