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Women war and society 1914-1918 digital archive

Also known as Archives Unbound: Women, War and Society 1914-1918, Gale Cengage

Publisher's description: A comprehensive primary source record of women's role in Britain's war effort during the Great War. The collection, gathered by the Imperial War Museum, London and presented electronically, features more than 115,000 pages, 29,000 documents and images, 2,400 photographs, documents from more than 1,000 organisations and interpretive essays by leading scholars.
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