Women in the GDR.
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Published by Panorama DDR in Berlin .
Written in English

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Pagination[16]p. :
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL21133992M

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International Women's Studies, 7(1), Available at: Women’s Role in the German Democratic Republic and the State’s Policy. Toward Women. By Susanne Kranz1. Abstract. According to the theories of Marx, Engels, Bebel, and the political leaders of the. A study of August Bebel's book years after it appeared says in the introduction that those readers doing so would have different thoughts and perceptions from those of the revolutionaries to whom it was originally dedicated. This book is a collection of studies and descriptions of women in the GDR in Read more Read lessAuthor: M Allendorf et al. Women also made gains in education in both Germanys. By the mids, East German women accounted for about half of all secondary school graduates who had prepared to study at institutes of higher learning in the GDR; by the academic year, they were in the majority (53 percent). Kolinsky, like other historians, notes what an obligation working was for East German women: "[For] women in the GDR, working in paid employment was not a matter of personal preference, inclination or opportunity, as it has remained for their sisters in the West; working was obligatory.".

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