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This book examines the influence British women exercised on German women after the Second World War, as officers in the Women's Affairs Section of the British Military Government and as Visiting Experts in women's affairs invited by the British Foreign Office. The British saw that women were the majority of the German workforce and electorate, whose active citizenship and labour was necessary for reestablishing the German economy and introducing democracy. A special Women's Affairs Section was established with the task to educate German women accordingly. The 're-education' of German women centred more on the fulfillment of civic duties than on the extension of women's civic or social rights.Biografía del autor:
Denise Tscharntke received her Diplom in German from the University of Jena (GDR) in 1989, and passed the Staatsexamen in German and History at the University of Kiel in 1994. She lectured in the German Department at the University of Durham (UK) from 1995 to 1999. In 2002 she received her Ph.D. in History at the University of Durham. Currently she lives in State College, Pennsylvania.
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