The German Women's Movement: The Social Role of Women in the 19th Century and the Emancipation Movement in Germany


Lightly rubbed. 1983 Trade Paperback. 152 pp. This book illustrates the winning of women's emancipation in Germany since the nineteenth century. Living writers - women - discuss the women who were the protagonists of the German Women's Movement, beginning with the period preceding the March Revolution of 1848, and moving on to the Empire, the Weimar Republic, and finally to the women who have fought and are fighting in the Federal Republic of Germany this very day for the practical realization of equal rights.

Title: The German Women's Movement: The Social Role of Women in the 19th Century and the Emancipation Movement in Germany

Author: Drewitz, Ingeborg (Editor); Brinker-Gabler, Gisela; Gerhard, Ute, et al

Categories: Women's Studies, Sociology, Women's Movement, European, History,

Publisher: Hohwacht: 1983

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1521102

Keywords: GERMANY FEMINISM WOMEN EMANCIPATION 19TH CENTURY EUROPE SOCIAL CULTURAL HISTORY,