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A German Women's Movement: Class and Gender in Hanover, 1880-1933 3rd ed. Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0807845257
ISBN-10: 0807845256
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Editorial Reviews

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A sophisticated work of feminist and urban history.

"Choice"

Carefully researched and thoughtfully argued. . . . Fills a crucial gap.

"American Historical Review"

A pioneering work that links the development of the women's movement to the history of the German right before 1933.

"German Studies Review"

Reagin's book is a major contribution to the literature on middle-class society and politics in the Kaiserreich and Weimar.

"Central European History"

"Reagin has made an important contribution to both German history and women's history.

Bonnie S. Anderson, coauthor of "A History of Their Own: Women in Europe from Prehistory to the Present""

Reagin has made an important contribution to both German history and women's history.

Bonnie S. Anderson, coauthor of "A History of Their Own: Women in Europe from Prehistory to the Present"

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In 1933 large segments of the German women's movement supported the Nazi regime. Nancy Reagin's fascinating study of Hanover women clarifies and analyzes this event. By weaving archival research into a very readable account of a German women's movement's 'special path,' Reagin has made an important contribution to both German history and women's history.--Bonnie S. Anderson, coauthor of A History of Their Own: Women in Europe from Prehistory to the Present



Carefully researched and thoughtfully argued. . . . Fills a crucial gap.--American Historical Review



A sophisticated work of feminist and urban history.--Choice



Reagin's book is a major contribution to the literature on middle-class society and politics in the Kaiserreich and Weimar.--Central European History



Reagin's careful delineation of the varied strands of the women's movement in Hanover during the Imperial and Weimar eras provides not only a valuable local perspective on the issue of female mobilization, but also a thoughtful reconsideration of the ideal of spiritual motherhood.--Marilyn Shevin-Coetzee, George Washington University



A pioneering work that links the development of the women's movement to the history of the German right before 1933.--German Studies Review

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