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Quarterly Report on Women and the Military: Bibliographies of women and the military in history

Bibliographies of women and the military in history – Bibliography

Reina Pennington

Ancient / Late Antiquity

Baron, Salo Wittmayer. A social and religious history of the Jews. 2nd, rev. and enl. ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 1952.

Blashfield, Jean F. Hellraisers, Heroines, and Holy Women. New York: Superlative House, 1981.

Blok, Josine H. The Early Amazons: Modern and Ancient Perspectives on a Persistent Myth. Leiden, New York, and Cologne: E.J. Brill, 1995.

Bothmer, D. von. Amazons in Greek Art. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957.

Boulding, Elise. The Underside of History: A Hew of Women Through Time. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1976.

Browning, Iain. Palmyra. Park Ridge, NJ: Noyes Press, 1979.

Bujold, Lois McMaster and Roland J. Green. Women at War. Tor, 1997.

Bulst, Christoph. “The Revolt of Queen Boudicca in A.D. 60: Roman Politics and the Iceni.” Historia (1961).

Cooley, John K. Baal, Christ, and Mohammed: religion and revolution in North Africa. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1965.

Davis-Kimball, Jeannine. “Warrior Women of the Eurasian Steppes.” Archaeology Jan/Feb 1997: 44-48.

–. Warrior Women: An Archaeologist’s Search for History’s Hidden Heroines. New York: Warner Books, 2002.

Demosthenes. Demosthenes’ public orations. Trans. Pickard-Cambridge, A.W. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963.

Diodorus, Siculus. Diodorus of Sicily. Trans. Oldfather, C. H. New York: G.P. Putnam’s sons, 1933-1967. 12 vols.

Dodgeon, M.H. and S.N.C. Lieu. The Roman Eastern Frontier and the Persian Wars (AD 226-363): A Documentary History. London: Routledge, 1991.

Donzel, E. J. van. The Encyclopaedia of Islam, new edition. Vol. v. <1>. Leiden [The Netherlands]: E.J. Brill, 1993.

Downey, G. “Aurelian’s Victory over Zenobia at Immae, A.D. 272.” TAPA: Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 81 (1950): 57-68.

Dudley, Donald Reynolds and Graham Webster. The Rebellion of Boudicca. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1962.

–. The Roman Conquest of Britain AD 43-57. London: B.T. Batsford, 1965.

Evans, John K. War, Women and Children in Ancient Rome. London: Routledge, 1991.

Fage, J.D., Ed. Cambridge History of Africa. Vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978.

Fantham, Elaine, Helene Peet Foley, Natalie Boymel Kampen, Sarah B. Pomeroy, and H. A. Shapiro. Women in the Classical World: Image and Text. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Fraser, Antonia. The Warrior Queens. New York: Knopf, 1989.

Gera, Deborah. Warrior Women: The Anonymous Tractatus De Mulieribus. Vol. (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava. Supplementum, No 162). New York: E.J. Brill, 1997.

Green, Peter. Alexander to Actium: the historical evolution of the Hellenistic age. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990.

Hanson, W.S. and D.B. Campbell. “The Brigantes: From Clientage to Conquest.” Britannia 17. (1986): 73-89.

Herodotus. The Histories. Trans. Selincourt, Aubrey de. London: Penguin, 1972.

Hitti, Philip Khuri. History of the Arabs from tire earliest times to the present. 10th ed. London: Macmillan, 1970.

Hornblower, Simon. Mausolus. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982.

Isaac, B. The Limits of Empire: The Roman Army in the East. rev. ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.

Jones, David E. Women Warriors: A History. Washington, DC: Brassey’s, 1997.

Kleinbaum, Abby Wettan. The War against the Amazons. New York: New Press, 1983.

LaCocque, Andre. The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel’s Tradition. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.

Lamsa, George Mamishisho. Old Testament Light: A Scriptural Commentary Based on the Aramaic of the Ancient Peshitta Text. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964.

Lefkowitz, Mary R. “Influential Women.” Images of Women in Antiquity. eds. Cameron, Averil and Amelie Kuhrt. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1983. 49-65.

Lefkowitz, Mary R. and M.B. Fant. Women’s Life in Greece and Rome: A Source Book in Translation. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982.

Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener. Images of Women in Peace and War. London: Macmillan, 1987.

Macurdy, Grace Harriet. Hellenistic Queens: A Study of Woman-Power in Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Ptolemaic Egypt. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1975.

Mayor, Adrienne and Josiah Ober. “Amazons,” MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History: 68-77.

Millar, F. The Roman Near East 31 BC-AD 337. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993.

Newark, Tim. Women Warlords. London: Blandford/Cassell Artillery House, 1989.

Olmstead, A.T. History of Assyria. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1923.

Osborne, Lawrence. “The Women Warriors.” Lingua Franca (1998): 50-57.

Pantel, Pauline Schmitt, Ed. A History of Women in the West: I. From Ancient Goddesses to Christian Saints. 5 vols. Vol. 1. Cambridge, MA and London: Belknap, 1992.

Pauly, A. “Ortiagon.”

Pausanias. Descriptions of Greece. [W.H.S. Jones] Vol. 1. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1918.

Plutarch. Moralia. Trans. Babbit, Frank Cole. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.

Polybius. The Histories. Trans. Badian, newly translated by Mortimer Chambers; revised and abridged with an introduction by E. The Great histories. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1966.

Richmond, I.A. “Queen Cartimandua.” Journal of Roman Studies 44. (1954): 43-52.

Robins, Gay. Women in Ancient Egypt. London: British Museum Publications, 1993.

Rothery, Guy Cadogan. The Amazons in Antiquity and Modern Times. London: Francis Griffiths, 1910.

Roux, Georges, Ed. Ancient Iraq. 2nd ed. New York: Penguin, 1992.

Salmonson, Jessica Amanda. The Encyclopedia of Amazons: Women Warriors from Antiquity to the Modern Era. New York: Paragon House, 1991.

Schaps, David. “The Women of Greece in Wartime.” Classical Philology 77. (1982): 193-213.

Schmitz, Leonhard. Ancient History. New York: Peter Fenelon Collier, 1898.

Snyder, Jane McIntosh. The Woman and the Lyre: Women Writers in Classical Greece and Rome. Southern Illinois University Press, 1989.

Stoneman, Richard. Palmyra and its Empire: Zenobia’s Revolt Against Rome. University of Michigan Press, 1994.

Strabo. Geography. Trans. Jones, H.L. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1966.

Sulimirski, Tadeusz. The Sarmatians. New York: Praeger, 1970.

Tacitus. The Agricola and the Germania. Trans. Handford, S.A. London: Penguin, 1970.

–. The Annals. Trans. Brodribb, Alfred John Church and William Jackson. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica’s Great Books, 1952.

Taylor, Keith. The Birth of Vietnam. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

Tyldesley, Joyce. Hatchepsut: The Female Pharaoh. New York: Viking, 1996.

Tyrrell, William Blake. Amazons: A Study in Athenian Mythmaking. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.

Volkmann, Hans. Cleopatra: A Study in Politics and Propaganda. New York: Sagamore Press, 1958.

Webster, Graham. Rome Against Caratacus: The Roman Campaigns in Britain, AD 48-58. Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble, 1982.

Willard, Charity Cannon. “Early Images of the Female Warrior: Minerva, the Amazons, Joan of Arc.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 6.3 (1988): 1-11.

“The Women Warriors.” Lingua Franca Dec/Jan 1998:

Africa and Middle East

Alie, Joe, A.D. A New History of Sierra Leone. London: Macmillan, 1990.

Alpern, Stanley B. Amazons of Black Sparta: The Women’s Regiment of Dahomey. New York University Press, 1998.

Amrane, Djamila. La Femme Algerienne et la Guerre de Liberation Nationale (1854-62). Actes du Colloque d’Orau, 1980.

Baron, Salo Wittmayer. A social and religious history of the Jews. 2nd rev. and enl. ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 1952.

Batezat, E., M. Mwalo, and K. Truscott. “Women and Independence: The Heritage and the Struggle.” Zimabwe’s Prospects: Issues of Race, Class, State and Capital in Southern Africa. Ed. Stoneman, Colin. London: MacMillan, 1988.

Bay, Edna. “The Royal Women of Abomey.” Ph.D. dissertation. Boston University, 1977.

–. Wives of the Leopard: Gender, Politics and Culture in the Kingdom of Dahomey. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1998.

British South Africa Company. The ’96 Rebellions. Reports of the Native Disturbances in Rhodesia. London: 1898.

Burton, Richard. A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahomey. London: 1864.

Chartrand, Rene. “Legionnaires and Amazons.” Military Illustrated 99 (1996).

Cooley, John K. Baal, Christ, and Mohammed: religion and revolution in North Africa. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1965.

Coughlin, Kathryn M. “Women, War and the Veil: Muslim Women in Resistance and Combat.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 223-239.

d’Almeida-Topor, Helene. Les Amazones: une armee de femmes dons l’Afrique precoloniale. Paris: Rochevignes, 1984.

Donzel, E. J. van. The Encyclopaedia of Islam, new edition. Vol. v. <1>. Leiden [The Netherlands]: E.J. Brill, 1993.

Duncan, John. Travels in Western Africa, in 1845 & 1846. Vol. I. London: Richard Bentley, 1847.

Edgerton, Robert B. Warrior Women: The Amazons of Dahomey and the Nature of War. Boulder: Westview, 2000.

Fage, J.D., Ed. Cambridge History of Africa. Vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978.

Forbes, Frederick E. Dahomey and the Dahomans; being the journals of two missions to the king of Dahomey, and residence at his capital, in the year 1849 and 1850. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1851.

Graeff-Wassink, Maria. “The Militarization of Woman and ‘Feminism’ in Libya.” Women Soldiers: Images and Realities. eds. Addis, Elisabetta, Valeria E. Russo and Lorena Sebesta. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994. 137-149.

–. Women at Arms: Is Ghadafi a Feminist? Trans. Bracuti, Elio. London: Darf Publishers, 1993.

Gundersen, Joan R. To Be Useful to the World: Women in Revolutionary America, 1740-1790. American Women, 1600-1900. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1996.

Harrel, Captain John S., USMC. “The Amazons of Dahomey.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 5.1 (1987).

Helie-Lucas, Marie-Aimee. “Women, Nationalism, and Religion in the Algerian Liberation Struggle.” Opening the Gates. eds. Margot Badran and Miriam Cooke. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.

Hitti, Philip Khuri. History of the Arabs from the earliest times to the present. 10th ed. London: Macmillan, 1970.

Kanogo, Tabitha. “Kikuyu Women and the Politics of Protest: Man Mau.” Images of Women in Peace and War. eds. Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden and Shirley Ardener. London: Macmillan, 1987. 78-99.

Ladewig, Nicole F. “Between Worlds: Algerian Women in Conflict.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 240-251.

Lan, D. Guns and Rain: Guerrillas and Spirit Mediums in Zimbabwe. London: James Currey, 1985.

Lapchick, Richard Edward and Stephanie Urdang. Oppression and Resistance: The Struggle of Women in Southern Africa. Contributions in women’s studies, no. 29. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Law, Robin. “The ‘Amazons’ of Dahomey.” Paideuma 39. (1993): 245-60.

Lyons, T. and D. Moore. Written in the Revolutions: (Mis)Representations, the Politics of Gender and the Zimbabwean National Liberation War. African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific, Annual Conference Proceedings. 1995.

Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener. Images of Women in Peace and War. London: Macmillan, 1987.

Martin, D. and P. Johnson. The Struggle For Zimbabwe: The Chimurenga War. London: Faber and Faber, 1981.

Qunta, Christine, Ed. Women in Southern Africa. London: Allison and Busby, 1987.

Ranger, T. Peasant Consciousness and Guerrilla War in Zimbabwe: A Comparative Study. London: James Currey, 1985.

–. Revolt in Southern Rhodesia, 1896-7: A Study in African Resistance. London: Heinemann, 1967.

Rodney, Walter. “A Reconsideration of the Mane Invasions of Sierra Leone.” Journal of African History VII (1967): 219-246.

Staunton, Irene, Ed. Mothers of the Revolution: The War Experiences of Thirty Zimbabwean Women. Indiana University Press, 1991.

Stott, Leda. Women and the Armed Struggle for Independence in Zimbabwe (1964-1979). Edinburgh University Occasional Papers, no. 25. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, 1989.

Tetreault, Mary Ann. Women and Revolution in Africa, Asia, and the New World. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1994.

Turshen, Meredeth and Clotilde Twagiramariya, eds. What Women Do In War Time: Gender and Conflict in Africa. Zed/St. Martins, 1998 (June).

Weiss, Ruth. Women of Zimbabwe. Harare: Nehanda Publishers, 1986.

China / Japan

“Kanehira.” Twenty Plays of the No Theatre. Ed. Keene, Donald. New York: Columbia University Press, 1970. 265-280.

Allan, Sheila. Diary of a Girl in Changi, 1941-45. Kenthurst, NSW: Kangaroo Press, 1994.

Benton, Margaret Fukazawa. “Hojo Masako: the Dowager Shogun.” Heroic With Grace: Legendary Women Of Japan. Ed. Mulhern, Chieko Irie. ME Sharpe, 1991. 162-207.

Brook, Timothy. Documents on the Rape of Nanking. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999.

Butler, Kenneth D. “Woman of Power Behind the Kamakura Bakufu: Hojo Masako.” Great Historical Figures Of Japan. eds. Hyoe, Murakami and Thomas J. Harper. Tokyo: Japan Culture Institute, 1978. 79-90.

Chang, Iris. The Rape of Nanking: the forgotten holocaust of World War II. 1st ed. New York, NY: Basic Books, 1997.

Chao, Paul. Woman Under Communism: Family in Russia and China. Bayside, NY: General Hall, 1977.

Council, Asian Women’s Human Rights. War crimes on Asian women: military sexual slavery by Japan during World War II: the case of the Filipino comfort women. Manila: Asian Women Human Rights Council, 1998.

Hicks, George L. The comfort women: Japan’s brutal regime of enforced prostitution in the Second Worm War. 1st American ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1995.

Howard, Keith, Han’guk Chongsindae Munje Taech’aek Hyobuihoe, and Chongsindae Yon’guhoe (Korea). True stories of the Korean comfort women: testimonies. London, New York: Cassell, 1995.

Hummel, Arthur W., Ed. Eminent Chinese of the Ch’ing Period. 2 vols. Washington: GPO, 1943-44.

Lentin, Ronit, Ed. Gender and Catastrophe. New York: Zed Books, 1997.

McCullough, Helen Craig. The Tale of the Heike. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988.

Rachewiltz, Igor de, Ed. In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the Early Mongol-Yuan Period (1200-1300). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlan, 1993.

Rigdon, Susan M. “Women in China’s Changing Military Ethic.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 275-293.

Schellstede, Sangmie Choi and Soon Mi Yu. Comfort women speak.” testimony by sex slaves of the Japanese military (includes new United Nations human rights report). New York: Holmes & Meier, 2000.

Segal, Mady Weehsler, Xiaolin Li, and David R. Segal. “The Role of Women in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 10.1 (1992).

–. “The Role of Women in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.” Armed Forces in the USSR and the People’s Republic of China. eds. Sandschneider, Eberhard and Jurgen Kuhlmann. Munich: Forum International, 1992. Vol. 14.

Serruys, Henry A. “Two Remarkable Women in Mongolia: The Third Lady Erketu Qatun and Dayiaing-beyiji.” Asia Major 19. (1975): 191-245.

Siu, Bobby. Women of China: Imperialism and Women’s Resistance, 1900-1949. London: Zed Press, 1982.

Tanaka, Toshiyuki. Japan’s Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery and Prostitution during World War II and the U.S. Occupation. Asia’s transformations. New York: Routledge, 2001.

Tetreault, Mary Ann. Women and Revolution in Africa, Asia, and the New World. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1994.

Tyler, Royall. “Tomoe: the Woman Warrior.” Heroic With Grace: Legendary Women of Japan. Ed. Mulhern, Chieko Irie. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 1991. 129-150.

Yihong, Pan. “Feminism and Nationalism in China’s War of Resistance against Japan.” The International History Review IX.1 (1997): 115-130.

Yoshimi, Yoshiaki and Suzanne O’Brien. Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military during World War II. Asia perspectives. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000.

Young, Helen Praeger. “Women at Work: Chinese Soldiers on the Long March, 1934-1936.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. DeGroot, Gerard J. and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 83-99.

Europe / Canada / Australia

Allaire, Gloria. “The Warrior Woman in Late Medieval Prose Epics.” Italian Culture 12. (1994): 33-43.

Anagnostopoulou, Margaret Poulos. “From Heroines to Hyenas: Women Partisans during the Greek Civil War.” Contemporary European History 10.30 (2001): piii (22).

Anderson, M.S. War and Society in Europe of the Old Regime, 1618-1789. New York: St. Martin’s, 1988.

Bandel, Betty. “The English Chroniclers’ Attitude Toward Women.” Journal of the History of Ideas 16. (1955): 113-118.

Bankes, George. The Story of Corfe Castle and of Many Who Have Lived There. London: J. Murray, 1853.

Bauwens, Eric. “Relations Between Male and Female Soldiers in the Belgian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 10.1 (1992).

Bidwell, Shelford. The Women’s Royal Army Corps. London: Leo Cooper, 1977.

Bigland, Eileen. Britain’s Other Army: The Story of the A.T.S. London: Nicholson & Watson, 1946.

Bolgar, Judit. “Women in the Hungarian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 92-99.

Bone, Quentin. Henrietta Maria, Queen of the Cavaliers. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1972.

Bowater, Eric V. “Air Transport Auxiliary Service.” Flying and Popular Aviation September 1942: 172-173, 206.

Bowley, Patricia and Kris Wright. “Canadian Enlisted Women: Gender Issues in the Canadian Armed Forces Before and After 1945.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15.1 (1997): 9-26.

Bradbrooke, Joan. “Atta Girls! American Girls Join the ATA to Ferry Britain’s Fighters.” Skyways January 1943: 34-35, 44-45, 73.

Bradbury, Jim. The Medieval Siege. Woodbridge: Boydell, 1992.

Bridenthal, Renate and Claudia Koonz. Becoming Visible: Women in European History. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977.

Brooks, Schoyer Polly. Beyond the Myth: The Story of Joan of Arc. New York: Lippincott, 1990.

Brower, J. Michael. “New Army Study Undermines Old Taboo.” Armed Forces Journal International May 1996: 13.

Bruce, Jean. Back the attack! Canadian women during the Second World War, at home and abroad. Toronto, Ont. Canada: Macmillan of Canada, 1985.

Brundage, James. A. “Prostitution, Miscegenation and Sexual Purity in the First Crusade.” Crusade and settlement: papers read at the First Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East and presented to R.C. Smail; edited by Peter W. Edbury. Cardiff: Cardiff Press, 1985. 57-65.

Bucher, Greta. “Women in World War II.” World War H in Europe, Africa and the Americas, with General Sources: A Handbook of Literature and Research. Ed. Lee, Lloyd E. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1997.

Bulst, Christoph. “The Revolt of Queen Boudicca in A.D. 60: Roman Politics and the Iceni.” Historia (1961).

Burgoyne, Bruce E. “Women with Hessian Military Units.” Brigade Dispatch XXVI.3 (1996): 2-10.

–. “Women with the Hessian Auxiliaries during the American Revolutionary War, Part 1.” Brigade Dispatch XXVI.1 (1996): 2-8.

–. “Women with the Hessian Auxiliaries during the American Revolutionary War, Part 2.” Brigade Dispatch XXVI.2 (1996): 19-23.

Butler, Pierce. Women of Mediaeval France. Vol. 5. Woman in All Ages and in All Countries. Philadelphia: Barrie, 1907.

Campbell, D’Ann. “Women in Combat: the World War II Experience in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and the Soviet Union,” Journal of Military History 57.2 (1993): 301-323.

Carreiras, Helena. “The Role of Women in the Armed Forces of NATO Countries: Military Constraints and Professional Identities.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 46-57.

Chartrand, Rene. “Notes Concerning Women in the 18th Century French Army.” Brigade Dispatch XXV.3 (1995): 2-4.

Chessman, E. C. Brief Glory (the story of A.T.A.). London: Petty and Sons Ltd., 1946.

Chevrillon, Claire. Code Name Christine Clouet: A Woman in the French Resistance. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1995.

Chibnall, Marjorie. The Empress Matilda: Queen Consort, Queen Mother and Lady of the English. Oxford: Blackwell, 1991.

–. The World of Orderic Vitalis. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984.

Coates, Colin M. “Commemorating the Woman Warrior of New France: Madeleine de Vercheres, 1696-1930.” Gender and History in Canada. Ed. Rosenfeld, Joy Parr and Mark. Toronto: Copp Clark Ltd., 1996. 120-136.

Coates, Colin MacMillan and Cecilia Louise Morgan. Heroines and History: The Commemoration of Madeleine de Vercheres and Laura Secord. Toronto, Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Comnena, Anna. The Alexiad of Anna Comnena. Trans. Sewter, E.R.A. New York: Penguin, 1969.

Conner, Susan P. “Les Femmes Militaires: Women in the French Army, 1792-1815.” The Proceedings of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe 1750-1850 12 (1982): 290-302.

Crim, Brian. “Silent Partners: Women and Warfare in Early Modern Europe.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 18-32.

Dandeker, Christopher and Mady Wechsler Segal. “Gender Integration in Armed Forces: Recent Policy Developments in the United Kingdom.” Armed Forces & Society 23.1 (1996): 29-47.

Daniel, David P. “Piety, Politics, and Perversion: Noblewomen in Reformation Hungary.” Women in Reformation and Counter-Reformation Europe: Public and Private Worlds. Ed. Marshall, Sherrin. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989. 68-88.

DeGroot, Gerard. “I Love the Scent of Cordite in Your Hair: Gender Dynamics in Mixed Anti-Aircraft Batteries During the Second World War.” History 265. (1997): 73-92.

Dekker, Rudolf M. and Lotte C. van de Pol. “Republican Heroines: Cross-Dressing Women in the French Revolutionary Armies.” History of European Ideas 10.3 (1989): 353-364.

–. The Tradition of Female Transvestism in Early Modern Europe. Trans. Pol, Judy Marcure and Lotte van de. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989.

Delbo, Charlotte. Convoy to Auschwitz: women of the French resistance. Women’s life writings from around the world. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997.

DeVries, Kelly. Joan of Arc: a military leader. Stroud: Sutton, 1999.

Dill, Samuel. Roman Society in Gaul in the Merovingian Age. London: Macmillan and Co., 1926.

Dombrowski, Nicole. Women and War in the Twentieth Century: Enlisted with or without Consent. New York: Garland, 1999.

Dugaw, Dianne. “Balladry’s Female warriors: women, warfare and disguise in the Eighteenth Century.” Eighteenth-Century Life 2. (1985): 1-20.

–. Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Eads, Valerie. “The Geography of Power: Matilda of Tuscany and the Strategy of Active Defense.” Crusaders, Condottieri, and Cannon: Medieval Warfare in Societies around the Mediterranean. eds. Kagay, Donald J. and L.J. Andrew Villalon. Leiden: Brill, 2002. 355-386.

–. “Mighty in War: The Role of Matilda of Tuscany in the War between Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV.” Ph.D. Dissertation. City University of New York, 2000.

Echols, Anne and Marty Williams. An Annotated Index of Medieval Women. New York: Markus Wiener, 1992.

Engel, Barbara Alpern. Women, gender & political choice in the revolutionary movement of the 1870’s. Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem The Marjorie Mayrock Center for Soviet and East European Research, 1988.

Erler, Mary and Maryanne Kowaleski. Women and Power in the Middle Ages. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1988.

Escott, Beryl E. Our Wartime Days: The WAAF in World War H. Alan Sutton, 1995.

Ewing, Elizabeth. Women in Uniform: Through the Centuries. London: B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1975.

Foot, M.R.D. SOE in France: An Account of the Work of the British Special Operations Executive in France 1940-1944. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1966.

Fraser, Antonia. The Warrior Queens. New York: Knopf, 1989.

–. The Weaker Vessel: Woman’s lot in seventeenth-century England. London: Weidenfeld, 1984.

Fyrth, Jim and Sally Alexander, eds. Women’s Voices from the Spanish Civil War. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1991.

Garcia, Sarah. “Military Women in the NATO Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17.2 (1999): 33-82.

Gies, Frances. Joan of Arc: The Legend and the Reality. NY: Harper, 1981.

Gossage, Carolyn. Greatcoats and glamour boots: Canadian women at war (1939-1945). Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1991.

Gower, Pauline. “A.T.A. Girls: Britain’s Women Flyers Take Their Place with the Men in Ferrying England’s Aircraft.” Flying August 1943: 30-32, ff.

Graham, Ruth. “Loaves and Liberty: Women in the French Revolution.” Becoming Visible: Women in European History. eds. Bridenthal, Renate and Claudia Koonz. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977. 236-254.

Gribble, Francis. Women in War. New York: Dutton, 1917.

Gullickson, Gay. Unruly Women of Paris: Images of the Commune. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996.

Hacker, Barton. “Where Have All the Women Gone? The Pre-twentieth Century Sexual Division of Labor in Armies.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 3.1 (1985): 107-148.

–. “Women and Military Institutions in Early Modern Europe: a Reconnaissance.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 6.4 (1981): 643-71.

Hagist, Don N. “The Women of the British Army During the American Revolution.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 13.2 (1995).

Hamel, Frank. A Woman of the Revolution: Theroigne de Mericourt. New York: Brentano’s, 1911.

Harrison, D. Phyllis. Saga of an Airwoman. Penticton, BC: D.P. Harrison, 1995.

Hendrix, Scott N. “In the Army: Women, Camp Followers and Gender Roles in the British Army in the French and Indian Wars, 1755-1765.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Longman, 2000. 33-48.

Herlihy, David. Medieval Households. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1985.

–. Women, Family, and Society in Medieval Europe: historical essays, 1978-1991. Providence, RI: Berghahn Books, 1995.

Herrington, Walter Stevens. Heroines of Canadian History. Toronto: William Briggs, 1910.

Johnson, Martin Phillip. “Citizenship and Gender: The Legion des Federees in the Paris Communie of 1871.” French History 8.3 (1994): 276-295.

Jones, Michael. Ducal Brittany 1364-1399. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1970.

Kates, Gary. Monsieur d’Eon Is a Woman. New York: Basic Books, 1995.

–. “The Transgendered World of the Chevalier/Chevaliere d’ Eon.” Journal of Modern History 67.3 (1995): 558-595.

Kavanagh, Julia. Women in France During the Eighteenth Century. New York: Putnam, 1893.

Keene, Judith. “‘No more than brothers and sister’: Women in frontline combat in the Spanish civil war.” Modern Europe: Histories and Identities. eds. Monteath, Peter and Frederic Zukerman. Adelaide: Australian Himanities Press, 1998. 121-132.

Kelly-Gadol, Joan. “Did Women Have a Renaissance?” Becoming Visible: Women in European History. eds. Bridenthal, Renate and Claudia Koonz. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977. 137-164.

Kibler, William W. and Graver A. Zinns, eds. Medieval France: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland, 1995.

King, Margaret L. Women of the Renaissance. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1991.

King, Stella. ‘Jacqueline’: Pioneer Heroine of the Resistance. London: Arms and Armour Press, 1989.

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Labarge, Margaret Wade. A Small Sound of the Trumpet: Women in Medieval Life. Boston: Beacon Press, 1986.

Lamerson, C.D. “The Evolution of a Mixed-Gender Canadian Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 7.3-4 (1989).

Lannon, Frances. “Women and Images of Woman in the Spanish Civil War.” Transactions of the Royal History Society (1991): 213-228.

Latta, Ruth, Ed. The Memory of All That: Canadian Women Remember World War II. Burnstown: General Store Pub. House, 1992.

Low, Mary. Red Spanish Notebook. The First Six Months of the Revolution and the Civil War. London: Martin Secker & Warburg, 1937.

Lynn, John A. The Bayonets of the Republic: Motivation and Tactics in the Army of Revolutionary France, 1791-94. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1984.

–. Giant of the Grand Siecle: The French Army, 1610-1715. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

–. “The Strange Case of the Maiden Soldier of Picardy.” MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 2.3 (1990): 54-56.

Mant, Joan. All muck, no medals: land girls by land girls. Sussex: Book Guild, 1994.

Marks, Claude. Pilgrims, Heretics, and Lovers: A Medieval Journey. New York: Macmillan, 1975.

Martinsen, Jan. “Canada’s First Women Fighter Pilots.” Airforce (Canada) 13.3 (1989): 2.

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Mattingly, Garrett. Catherine of Aragon. New York: Random House, 1941.

McKenzie, Ruth. Laura Secord: The Legend and the Lady. Toronto: McLelland and Stewart, 1972.

McLaughlin, Megan. “The woman warrior: gender, warfare and society in medieval Europe.” Women’s Studies 17. (1990): 193-209.

McNamara, Jo Ann and Suzanne Wemple. “The Power of Women Through the Family in Medieval Europe, 500-1100.” Clio’s Consciousness Raised: New Perspectives on the History of Women. eds. Hartman, Mary S. and Lois Banner. New York: Harper, 1974. 103-118.

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Michel, Louise. The memoirs of Louise Michel, the Red Virgin. Trans. Ellington, Edited and translated by Bullitt Lowry and Elizabeth. University, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1981.

Murphy, Frances. Desert, bamboo, and barbed wire: the 1939-45 story, of a special detachment of Australian Army Nursing Sisters, fondly known as the “Angels in Grey”, and their fate in war and captivity. Hornsby, NSW: Ollif, 1983.

Nash, Mary. Defying Male Civilization: Women in the Spanish Civil War. Women and Modern Revolution. 1995.

–. “‘Milicianas’ and Homefront Heroines: Images of Women in Revolutionary Spain (1936-1939).” History of European Ideas 11 (1989): 235-244.

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Norwich, John Julius. The Kingdom in the Sun: 1130-1194. New York: Harper, 1970.

–. The Normans in the South, 1016-1130. New York: Solitaire, 1981.

OdloIilik, O. The Hussite King: Bohemia in European Affairs, 1440-1471. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1965.

Often, Karen. “The New Sexual Politics of French Revolutionary Historiography.” French Historical Studies 16. (1990): 909-922.

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Peto, Andrea. “Women, War, and Military in Eastern Europe.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 5-12.

Pierson, Ruth Roach. Canadian Women and the Second World War. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1983.

–. They’re still women after all: the Second World War and Canadian womanhood. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986.

Pizan, Christine de. The Book of Deeds of Arms and of Chivalry. Trans. Sumner Willard, edited by Charity Cannon Willard. University Park, PA: Penn State Press, 1999.

Pomykalski, Wanda E. “Prisoner Of The Soviets.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women Prisoners Of War) 16.3&4 (1998): 76-92.

Popham, Hugh. FANY: The Story of the Women’s Transport Service 1907-1984. London: Leo Cooper, 1984.

Potter-Mackinnon, Janice. While the Women Only Wept: Loyalist Refugee Women in Eastern Ontario. 1993.

Prentice, Alison, Paula Bourne, Gail Cuthbert Brandt, Beth Light, Wendy Mitchinson, and Naomi Black. Canadian Women: A History. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988.

Reed, Mary E. “The Anti-Fascist Front of Women and the Communist Party in Croatia: Conflicts within the Resistance.” Women in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. Ed. Yedlin, Tova. New York: Praeger, 1980. 128-139.

Render, Shirley. No Place for a Lady: The Story of Canadian Women Pilots, 1928-1992. Winnipeg: Portage and Main Press, 1992.

Riche, Pierre. The Carolingians: A Family Who Forged Europe. Trans. Allen, Michael Idomir. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993.

Robert, Krisztina. “Gender, Class and Patriotism: Women’s Paramilitary Units in First World War Britain.” International History Review 19.1 (1997).

Rochejaquelein, Marie-Louise-Victoire, marquise de la. Memoirs of the Marquise de la Rochejaquelein. Trans. Biggane, Cecil. London: George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 1933.

Rodriguez, Cecilia A. and Patricia Shields. “Woman ‘On War’: Marie Von Clausewitz’s Essential Contribution to Military Philosophy.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 11.3-4 (1993).

Rogers, Elizabeth J. Fillmore. A girl in blue: my days in the R.C.A.F. Port Elgin, NB: B.F. Rogers, 1993.

Rohrlich-Leavitt, Ruth. “Women in Transition: Crete and Sumer.” Becoming Visible: Women in European History. eds. Bridenthal, Renate and Claudia Koonz. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977.

Rossiter, Margaret. Women in the Resistance. New York: Praeger, 1986.

Roudinesco, Elisabeth. Theroigne de Mericourt: A Melancholic Woman during the French Revolution. Trans. Thorn, Martin. London: Verso, 1991.

Sackville-West, Vita. The women’s land army. London: Michael Joseph, 1944.

Sandes, Flora. The Autobiography of a Woman Soldier: A Brief Adventure with the Serbian Army, 1916-1919. London: Witherby, 1927.

–. An English Woman-Sergeant in the Serbian Army. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916.

Schama, Simon. Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution. New York: Knopf, 1989.

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Schwartz, Paula. “Partisanes and Gender Politics in Vichy France.” French Historical Studies 16. (1989): 126-50.

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Sion, Liora. “‘The Weakest Link’: Women in Two Dutch Peacekeeping Units.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 19.3&4 (2001): 3-26.

Smith, Melvin Charles. “Gender and Heroism in the British Army: Women and the Victoria Cross.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17.1 (1999): 1-17.

Stiglmayer, Alexandra, Ed. Mass Rape: The War Against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of Nebraska Press, 1994.

Stone, Tessa. “Creating a (Gendered?) Military Identity: the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force in Great Britain in the Second World War.” Women’s History Review 8.4 (1999): 605(20).

Suhl, Yuri. They Fought Back: the story of Jewish resistance in Nazi Europe. New York: Schocken Books, 1975.

Sumption, Jonathan. The Albigensian Crusade. London: Faber and Faber, 1978.

–. The Hundred Years War: Trial by Battle. London: Faber and Faber, 1990.

Szabo, Andrea. “The Establishment of the Hungarian Women Soldier’s Section and Its Justification.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 68-73.

Tallett, Frank. War and Society in Early-Modern Europe, 1495-1715. London: Routledge, 1992.

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Terry, Roy. Women in Khaki: The Story of the British Women Soldier, 1914-1988. London: Columbia, 1988.

Thomas, Edith. Louise Michel. Trans. Williams, Penelope. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1980.

–. The Women Incendiaries. Trans. Atkinson, James and Start. New York: George Braziller, 1966.

Thomas, Patricia J. “Women in the Military; American and the British Commonwealth.” Armed Forces & Society 4.4 (1978): 623-645.

Tilly, Louise A. “Women and Collective Action in Europe.” The Role of Women in Conflict and Peace. Ed. McGuigan, Dorothy G. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1977.31-44.

Trifunovic, Jelena. “Women in the Slovenian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 41-45.

Tudela, William of and Anonymous. The Song of the Cathar Wars: A History of the Albigensian Crusade. Trans. Shirley, Janet. Great Britain: Scolar Press, 1996.

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Vining, Margaret and Barton C. Hacker. “From Camp Follower to Lady in Uniform: Women, Social Class and Military Institutions before 1920.” Contemporary European History [Great Britain] 10.3 (2001): 353-373.

Vlachova, Marie. “National Report: Czech Republic.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military (Special Issue: Women in the [NATO] Armed Forces) 17.3&4 (1999): 19-25.

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Wallace-Hadrille, J.M. The Long-Haired Kings. London: Methuen Ltd., 1962.

Wandruszka, Adam. The House of Habsburg: Six Hundred Years of a European Dynasty. Trans. Epstein, trans. Cathleen and Hans. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1965.

Ward, Irene. F.A.N.Y Invicta. London: Hutchinson, 1955.

Warren, Vi and Arnold Warren, ed. “Flying with the ATA: A Girl Air Transport Auxiliary Pilot Recalls Her Wartime Experiences.” C.A.H.S. [Canada] 37.3 (1999): 84-93, 108-112.

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Weisner, Merry. Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe. New York: 1993.

Weitz, Margaret C. Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free France 1940-1945. New York: John Wiley, 1995.

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Wernham, R. B. Before the Armada. New York: Norton, 1972.

Wheelwright, Julie. Amazons and Military Maids: Women Who Dressed as Men in Pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness. London: Pandora, 1989.

Williamson, G.W. “The Air Transport Auxiliary.” RUSI (Journal of the Royal United Service Institution) 88. (1943): 107-120.

Wills, Philip. Free As a Bird. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1974.

Wolf, Leonard. Bluebeard: The Life and Crimes of Gilles de Rais. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1980.

Wyntjes, Sherrin Marshall. “Women in the Reformation Era.” Becoming Visible: Women in European History. eds. Bridenthal, Renate and Claudia Koonz. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977. 165-190.

Yalom, Marilyn. Blood Sisters: The French Revolution in Women’s Memory. New York: Basic Books, 1993.

Yedlin, Tova, Ed. Women in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. New York: Praeger, 1980.

General Works and Collections

Addis, Elisabetta, Valeria E. Russo, and Lorena Sebesta, Eds. Women Soldiers: Images and Realities. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994.

Berkin, Carol R. and Clara M. Lovett, Eds. Women, War and Revolution. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1980.

Bucher, Greta. “Women in World War II.” World War II in Europe, Africa and the Americas, with General Sources: A Handbook of Literature and Research. Ed. Lee, Lloyd E. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1997.

De Pauw, Linda Grant. Battle Cries and Lullabies: Women in War from Prehistory to the Present. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.

–. Seafaring Women. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1982.

Dever, John P. and Maria C. Dever. Women and the Military: Over 100 Notable Contributors, Historic to Contemporary. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1995.

Fischer, Gayle V. Journal of Women’s History Guide to Periodical Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992.

Fraser, Antonia. The Warrior Queens. New York: Knopf, 1989.

Goldman, Nancy Loring, Ed. Female Soldiers–Combatants or Noncombatants? Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Gribble, Francis. Women in War. New York: Dutton, 1917.

Howes, Ruth and Michael Stevenson, Eds. Women and the Use of Military Force. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1993.

International History Review issue devoted to “Twentieth-Century Women in Wartime.” (February 1997).

Jones, David E. Women Warriors: A History. Washington, DC: Brassey’s, 1997.

Laffin, John. Women in Battle. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1968.

Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener. Images of Women in Peace and War. London: Macmillan, 1987.

Newark, Tim. Women Warlords. London: Blandford/Cassell Artillery House, 1989.

Saywell, Shelley. Women in War. Markham, Ont: Viking, 1985.

Segal, Mady Wechsler. “Women in the Armed Forces.” Women and the Use of Military Force. Eds. Howes, Ruth and Michael Stevenson. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1993. 81-93.

Skaine, Rosemary. Power and Gender: Issues in Sexual Dominance and Harassment. McFarland, 1996.

Stanley, Sandra Carson and Mady Wechsler Segal. “Military Women in NATO: an update.” Armed Forces & Society 14.4 (1988): 559-585.

Stark, Suzanne J. Female Tars: Women Aboard Ship in the Age of Sail. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1996.

Thomas, Patricia J. “Women in the Military; American and the British Commonwealth.” Armed Forces & Society 4.4 (1978): 623-645.

India

Alavi, Seema. The Sepoys and the Company: tradition and transition in Northern India, 1770-1830. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Brij Bushan, Jamila. Sultan Raziya, Her Life and Times: a Reappraisal. New Delhi: Manohar Publications, 1990.

Chand, Lalla Gokul. The History of Zeb-ul-Nissa, the Begum Samru of Sardhana. [Zeb-ul-Nissa Tawarikh]. Trans. Shreeve, translated from the Persian of Lalla Gokul Chand, edited and annotated by Nicholas. Crossbush: Bookwright, 1994.

Holman, Dennis. Sikander Sahib; the life of Colonel James Skinner, 1778-1841. London: Heinemann, 1961.

Kamath, K.V. and V.B. Kher. Devi Ahilyabai Holkar: the Philosopher Queen. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1995.

Lall, J. S. Begam Samru: fading portrait in a gilded frame. New Delhi: Roll Books, 1997.

Lebra-Chapman, Joyce. The Rani of Jhansi: a study in female heroism in India. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986.

Lentin, Ronit, Ed. Gender and Catastrophe. New York: Zed Books, 1997.

Maharashtra (India). Dept. of Archives. and Sanjiv Parashuram Desai. Relations of the Rani of Jhansi. Selections from Maharashtra State Archives; no. 2. Bombay: Dept. of Archives Govt. of Maharashtra, 1990.

Mernissi, Fatima and Mary Jo Lakeland. The forgotten queens of Islam. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1993.

Nagrale, N. N. Peshwa Maratha relations and Malhar Rao Holkar. Jaipur: Publication Scheme, 1989.

Richardson, Jo A. and Ruth H. Howes. “How Three Female National Leaders Have Used the Military.” Women and the Use of Military Force. eds. Howes, Ruth and Michael Stevenson. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1993. 149-.

Rothery, Guy Cadogan. The Amazons in Antiquity and Modern Times. London: Francis Griffiths, 1910.

Sarma, Hira Lal. Ahilyabai. New Delhi: National Book Trust of India, 1969.

Sharma, Mahendra Narain. The Life and Times of Begam Samru of Sardhana, A.D. 1750-1836. Sahibabad: Vibhu Prakashan, 1985.

Shreeve, Nicholas. Dark Legacy. Crossbush, England: Bookwright, 1996.

Smyth, Sir John George. The Rebellious Rani. London: Muller, 1966.

Israel

Allen, Peter. The Yore Kippur War. Boston: Scribner, 1982.

Ben-Tsevi, Tseviyah Katsenelson, Shoshanah Beker, and Helah Klainberger. Zeh hozer elai-: sipuran shel Zivah Golan. Tel Aviv: ha-Kibuts ha-me’uhad: Misrad ha-bitahon, 1989.

Ben-Yehuda, Netiva. 1948-Bein Hasefirot. Jerusalem: Keter Publishing, 1981.

–. Keshepartza Hamilchama. Jerusalem: Maxwell-Macmillen-Keter, 1991.

–. Mibaad La’avotot. Jerusalem: Domino Press, 1985.

Ben-Zvi, Rachel Yanait. Before Golda: Manya Shochat. A Biography. Trans. Shurin, Sandra. New York: Biblio Press, 1989.

–. Coming Home. Tel-Aviv: Massadah – P.E.C. Press, 1963.

–. Derachai Siparti. Jerusalem: Kiryat-Sefer, 1972.

Bloom, Anne R. “Israel: The Longest War.” Female Soldiers–Combatants or Noncombatants? Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Ed. Goldman, Nancy Loring. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982. 137-162.

–. “Women in the Defense Forces.” Calling the Equality Bluff: Women in Israel. eds. Swirski, Barbara and Marilyn P. Safir. New York: Pergamon Press, 1991. 128-138.

Bloom, Anne R. and Rivka Bar-Yosef. “Israeli Women and Military Service: A Socialization Experience.” Women’s Worlds. eds. Safir, Marilyn, Martha T. Mednick, Dafne Israeli and Jessie Bernard. New York: Praeger, 1985. 260-69.

Gal, R. A Portrait of the Israeli Soldier. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1986.

Ishah, Kol. “News of Jewish Women.” Lilith 20.1 (1995): 4.

Izraeli, Dafna N. “Gendering Military Service in the Israel Defence Forces.” A Soldier and A Woman: Sexual Integration in the Military. eds. Gerard J. DeGroot and Corinna Peniston-Bird. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. 256-274.

Johnson, Barbara E. “Military Roles of Israeli Women.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 7.3-4 (1989).

Katz, Doris. The Lady Was a Terrorist, During Israel’s War of Liberation. New York: Shiloni Publishers, 1953.

Katz, Samuel. “Heyl Nashim: The Israel Defence Forces Women’s Corps, 1948-1988.” Military Illustrated: Past & Present April/May (1988): 8-15.

–. Israel’s Army. Novato, CA: Presidio, 1990.

Kurzman, Don. Genesis 1948.

LaCocque, Andre. The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel’s Tradition. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.

Lentin, Ronit, Ed. Gender and Catastrophe. New York: Zed Books, 1997.

Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener. Images of Women in Peace and War. London: Macmillan, 1987.

Meir, Golda. My Life. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1975.

Reid-Banks, Lynn. Torn Country: Oral History of the War of Independence.

Reinharz, Shulamit. “Toward a Model of Female Political Action: The Case of Manya Shochat, Founder of the First Kibbutz.” Women’s Studies International Forum 7.4 (1984): 275-287.

Richardson, Jo A. and Ruth H. Howes. “How Three Female National Leaders Have Used the Military.” Women and the Use of Military Force. eds. Howes, Ruth and Michael Stevenson. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1993. 149-.

Saywell, Shelley. Women in War. Markham, Ont: Viking, 1985.

Shochat, Manya. “The Collective.” The Plough Woman: Memoirs of the Pioneer Women of Palestine. Ed. (Rubashow), Rachel Katznelson Shazar. New York: Herzl Press, 1975.

–. “The Guarding of the Land.” Kovetz Hashomer. Ed. (Rubashow), Rachel Katznetson Shazar. Tel-Aviv: Archion Ha’avodah, 1937.51-6.

–. “My Path in Hashomer.” Sefer Hashomer. Tel Aviv: Devir, 1957. 385-394.

Swirski, Barbara and Marilyn P. Safir, eds. Calling the Equality Bluff: Women in Israel. New York: Pergamon Press, 1991.

Tetreault, Mary Ann. Women and Revolution in Africa, Asia, and the New World. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1994.

Van Creveld, Martin. “Women of Valor: Why Israel Doesn’t Send Women Into Combat.” Policy Review Fall 1991: 65-67.

Williams, Louis. The Israel Defense Forces: A People’s Army. Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defense, 1989.

Yanait, Rachel, Itzhak Avrahami, and Yerach Etzion, eds. Hahaganah Biyerushalaim. [The Defense in Jerusalem.] 2 vols. Jerusalem: Kiryat-Sefer, 1973-1975.

Latin America

Boxer, C.R. Women in Iberian Expansion Overseas, 1415-1815: Some Facts, Fancies, and Personalities. New York: Oxford UP, 1975.

Cherpak, Evelyn M. “The Participation of Women in the Wars for Independence in Northern South America 1810-1824.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 11.3-4 (1993).

Erauso, Catalina de. Lieutenant Nun: Memoir of a Basque Transvestite in the New World. Trans. Stepto, Michele Stepto and Gabriel. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1996.

Erauso, Catalina de and Rima de Vallbona. Vida i Sucesos de la Monja Alferez. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, 1992.

Escobedo, Raquel. Galeria de Mujeres Illustres, n.p.: Editores Mexicanos Unidos, SA, 1967.

Ganson, Barbara. “Following Their Children into Battle: Women at War in Paraguay, 1864-1870.” The Americas 46. (1990): 335-71.

Gantier, Joaquin. Dona Juana Azurduy de Padilla. Buenos Aires: Imprenta Lopez, 1946.

Guevara, Che. Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War. London: Allen & Unwin, 1968.

Gugliotta, Bobette. Women of Mexico: The Consecrated and the Commoners, 1519-1900. Encino, CA: Floricanto Press, 1989.

Henderson, James D. and Linda Roddy Henderson. Ten Notable Women of Latin America. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Inc., 1978.

Herrera-Sobek, Maria. The Mexican Corrido: A Feminist Analysis. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.

Jaiven, Ana Lau and Carmen Ramos Escandon. Mujeres y Revolucion: 1910-1917. Mexico City: Instituto nacional de Estudios Historicos de la Revolucion Mexican, 1993.

Kentner, Janet R. “The Socio-Political Role of Women in the Mexican Wars of Independence.” Ph.D. Dissertation. Loyola University, 1974.

Knaster, Merl. Women in Spanish America: An Annotated Bibliography from Pre-Conquest to Contemporary Times. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1977.

Leon, Nicolas. Aventuras de la Monja Alferez. Mexico, DF: Complejo Editorial Mexicano, 1973.

Macdonald, Sharon, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener. Images of Women in Peace and War. London: Macmillan, 1987.

Macias, Anna. Against All Odds: The Feminist Movement in Mexico to 1940. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Massare de Kostianovsky, Olinda. La mujer paraguaya: su participacion en la Guerra Grande. Asuncion: Tallares Graficos de la Escuela Salesiano, 1970.

Mendieta Alatorre, Angeles. La mujer en la Revolucion Mexicana. Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Estudios Historicos de la Revolucion Mexicana, 1961.

Merrim, Stephanie. “Catalina de Erauso: From Anomaly to Icon.” Coded Encounters. Ed. Ceballos-Candau, Francisco Javier. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1994. 177-205.

Mitre, Bartolome. Historia de Belgrano. Vol. 2. Buenos Aires: 1902.

Moore, Evelyn. “Girl of the Underground: La Pola, Heroine of Colombia’s Struggle for Independence.” Americas 5. (1953): 20-23, 27-28.

Nash, June. “The Aztecs and the Ideology of Male Dominance.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 4. (1978): 349-362.

O’Donnell, Pacho. Juana Azurduy, La Teniente Coronela. Buenos Aires: Planeta, 1994.

Perez, Esther R., James Kallas, and Nina Kallas. Those Years of the Revolution, 1910-1920: Authentic Bilingual Life Experiences as Told by Veterans of the War. San Jose: Aztlan Today, 1974.

Plenn, J. H. “Forgotten Heroines of Mexico: Tales of the Soldaderas, Amazons of War and Revolution.” Travel 66. (1936): 24-27.

Poniatowska, Elena. Hasta no Verte Jesus Mio. Mexico City: Ediciones Era, 1969.

Potthast-Jutkeit, Barbara. Paradies Mohammeds Oder Land der Frauen? Zur Rolle von Frau und Familie In Paraguay im 19. Jahrhundert. Koln: Bohlau Verlag Koln Weimar Wien, 1994.

Rojas, Marta and Mirta Rodriguez Calderon, eds. Tania: The Unforgettable Guerilla. New York: Random House, 1971.

Romero Aceves, Ricardo. La Mujer en la Historia de Mexico. Mexico City: Costa-Amic, 1982.

Salas, Elizabeth. Soldaderas in the Mexican Military: Myth and History. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990.

–. “Soldaderas: New Questions, New Sources.'” Women’s Studies Quarterly 23.3&4 (1995): 112-116.

Soto, Shirlene Ann. “The Mexican Woman: A Study of her Participation in the Revolution, 1910-1940.” University of New Mexico, 1977.

–. The Mexican woman: a study of her participation in the Revolution, 1910-1940. Palo Alto, CA: R & E Research Associates, 1979.

Starrett, Vincent. “Soldier Women of Mexico.” Open Court: A Quarterly Magazine 32. (1918): 376-382.

Sten, Maria. The Mexican Codices and their Extraordinary History. Mexico City: Editorial Joaquin Mortiz, 1972.

Valencia Vega, Alipio. Manuel Ascencio Padilla y Juana Azurduy: los esposos que sacrificaron vida y hogar a la obra de creaciaon de patria. Colecciaon Tradiciaon historia. La Paz, Bolivia: Libreraia Editorial ‘Juventud, 1981.

Native Americans

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Bernstein, Alison R. American Indians and World War II. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.

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Grinnell, George Bird. The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life.

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Lewis, Gilbert. Day of Shining Red: an essay on understanding ritual. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980.

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Meeker, Josephine. The Ute Massacre! Brave Miss Meeker’s Captivity! Her Own Account of It, Also the Narratives of Her Mother and Mrs. Price. Philadelphia: np, 1879.

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O’Donnell, James H. Southern Indians in the American Revolution. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1973.

Potter-Mackinnon, Janice. While the Women Only Wept: Loyalist Refugee Women in Eastern Ontario. 1993.

Powell, Father Peter John. People of the Sacred Mountain: A History of the Northern Cheyenne Chiefs and Warrior Societies 1830-1879 With an Epilogue 1969-1974. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1981.2 vols.

Prentice, Alison, Paula Bourne. Gail Cuthbert Brandt, Beth Light, Wendy Mitchinson, and Naomi Black. Canadian Women: A History. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988.

Robinson, Helen Caister. Mistress Molly, The Brown Lady. Toronto and Charlottetown: Dundurn Press, 1980.

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Tarble, Helen Mar. The Story of My Capture and Escape During the Minnesota Indian Massacre of 1862. St. Paul, MN: np, 1904.

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Prisoners of War

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Delaney, Matilda. A Survivor’s Recollections of the Whitman Massacre. Spokane, WA: np, 1920.

Delbo, Charlotte. Convoy to Auschwitz: women of the French resistance. Women’s life writings from around the world. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997.

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Ginzburg, Evgeniia Semenovna. Journey into the Whirlwind. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975.

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Jeffrey, Betty. White Coolies. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1954.

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Keith, Agnes Newton. Three Came Home. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, 1981.

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Norman, Elizabeth. We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese. Random House, 1999.

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Rawicz, Slavomir. The Long Walk: A Gamble for Life. New York: Harper, 1956.

Sams, Margaret and Lynn Z. Bloom. Forbidden family: a wartime memoir of the Philippines, 1941-1945. Wisconsin studies in American autobiography. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989.

Samuelson, Nancy B. “The Fate Worse than Death: Women Captives of the Indian Wars.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 3.4 (1985): 117-137.

Sandbach, Betsy and Geraldine Edge. Prison life on a Pacific raider; the adventures of Betsy Sandbach and Geraldine Edge, nurse escorts to the first five hundred children evacuated to Australia. London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited, 1941.

Schwinn, Monika and Bernhard Diehl. We Came to Help. Trans. Heurck, translated from the German by Jan van. 1st ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.

Shapovalov, Veronica. Remembering the darkness: women in Soviet prisons. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.

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Webb, Kate. On the Other Side: 23 Days with the Viet Cong. New York: Quadrangle Books, 1972.

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Russia / Soviet Union / Central Europe (in English)

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Alexander, John T. Catherine the Great. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Alexiyevich, Svetlana. War’s Unwomanly Face. [U voiny–ne zhenskoe litso …] Trans. Lezhneva, Keith Hammond and Lyudmila. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1988.

Armstrong, John. Soviet Partisans in World War II. Madison: U Wisconsin P, 1964.

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Atkinson, Dorothy, Alexander Dallin, and Gail Warshofsky Lapidus, eds. Women in Russia. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1977.

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Curtiss, John Shelton. “Russian Sisters of Mercy in the Crimea, 1854-1855.” Slavic Review 25. (1966): (84).

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DiGuglielmo, Tina. “The Role of Women in the Soviet Armed Forces: Past, Present and Future.” Beyond Glasnost: Soviet Reform and Security’ Issues. Ed. Twining, David Thomas. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.39-65.

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Farmborough, Florence. With the Armies of the Tsar. New York: Stein and Day, 1975.

Flerovsky, Alexei. “Women Flyers of Fighter Planes.” Soviet Life May 1975: 28-29.

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Griesse, Anne Eliott. “Soviet Women and World War II: Mobilization and Combat Policies.” Master’s thesis. Georgetown University, 1980.

Griesse, Anne Eliot and LCDR Margaret A. Harlow, USN. “Soldiers of Happenstance: Women in Soviet Uniform.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 3.3 (1985).

Griesse, Anne Eliot and Richard Stites. “Russia: Revolution and War.” Female Soldiers-Combatants or Noncombatants? Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Ed. Goldman, Nancy Loring. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982. 61-84.

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Roberts, Barney. A Kind of Cattle. Sydney: Australian War Memorial-Collins, 1985.

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Zirin, Mary F. “Nadezhda Andreevna Durova.” Dictionary of Russian Women Writers. Ed. al, Marina Ledkovsky et. Westport CT: Greenwood, 1994. 163-66.

Russia / Soviet Union / Central Europe (not in English)

“Itak, ona zvaias’ Tat’ianoi.” [And so she was called Tatiana] Nedelia 1984: 11.

“Nasha boevaia zhizn’.” [Our Combat Life] Izvestiia March 8 1945: 3.

“Odna iz mnogikh.” Zhenskoe Delo 15 Jan 1915: 19-20.

Amirov, V. “Zhenshchiny v shinely.” [Women in (military) overcoats] Krasnaia zvezda 27 Oct 1988: 6.

Anishchenkov, Panteleimon Stepanovich and Vasilii Yerofeyevich Shurinov. Tret’ia vozdushnaia: Voenno-istoricheskii ocherk o boevom puti VVS Kalininskogo fronta i 3-i vozdushnoi armii v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [The Third Air Army: a military-historical essay of the campaign record of the Air Forces of the Kalinin Front and the Third Air Army during the Great Patriotic War] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1984.

Avericheva, Sofia. Dnevnik razvedchitsy. [Diary of a Woman Scout] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1986.

Baiukanski, A.B. Ee Zvali Volod’koi: stranitsy zhizni Marii Kuz’minichny Shcherbak. [They Called Her Volodka: pages from the life of Mariia Kuzminichna Shcherbak] Moscow: Politizdat, 1988.

Barmin, A. “Kavaler ordena Slaw.” [A recipient of the Order of Glory] Docheri Rossii. Ed. Chemiaeva, I. Moscow: Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1975. 65-70.

Baturina, K.S., Ed. Pravda stavshaia legendoi. [Truth Became a Legend.] Moscow: 1964.

Bocharnikova, Mariia. “Boi v zimnem dvortse.” Novyi zhurnal 68 (1962): 215-227.

Bogat, A.P. Rabotnitsa i Krest’ianka na strazhe SSSR. [Women Workers and Peasants Guard the Soviet Union] Moscow: Moskovskii Rabochii, 1930.

–. Rabotnitsa i Krest’ianka v Krasnoi Armii. [Women Workers and Peasants in the Red Army] Moscow-Leningrad: Gosizdat, 1928.

–. “V Ogne Grazhdanskoi Voiny.” [In the Fire of the Civil War] Oktyabrem Rozhdennye. Moscow: Politizdat, 1967.

Bogatyrev, Aleksandr Tikhonovich. Devushki v serykh shineliakh: rasskaz frontovika. [Girls in Gray Overcoats: Story of a Frontline Soldier] Kiev: Izdatelstvo TsK LKSMU Molod, 1983.

Borchenko, N. “Ee boevoy shchet.” Voenniia znaniia 3 (1966): 16-17.

Buliecheva, L.I. “Zhenshchiny i armiia.” [Women and the army] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 2 (1991): inside front cover.

Cherniaeva, I., Ed. Docheri Rossii. Moscow: Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1975.

Chirkov, P.M. “Zhenshchiny v Krasnoi Armii v gody Grazhdanskoi Voiny i Imperialisticheskoi Interventsii (1918-1920).” [Women in the Red Army in the Years of the Civil War and Imperialist Intervention, 1918-1920] Istoriia SSSR 6 (1975): 103-114.

Chizhenkova, A. “Kak molody my byli …” [How Young We Were] Aviatsiia i kosmonavtika 3 (1982): 18-19.

Chudakova, V.V. Chizhik–ptichka s kharakterom. [The Siskin is a StrongWilled Bird] Leningrad: Voenizdat, 1965.

Damskii, Ya. Devushka iz legendy. [Girl from a Legend] Kazan: Tatarskoe Knizhnoe Izdaltel’stvo, 1966.

Dmitrieva, T.V. “Rol’ zhenshchin Urala v Bor’be protiv Interventov i Belogvardeitsev i Okazanii Pomoshchi Fronty (mai 1918-1920gg).” [The Role of Women of the Urals in the Fight against the Intervention and White Guards and their Assistance to the Front (May 1918-1920).] Avtoreferat: Dissertation abstract. University of Sverdlovsk, 1985.

Dospanova, Khivaz. Pod komandovaniem Raskovoi: Vospominaniia voennoi letchitsy. [Under Raskova’s Command: Memoirs of a Woman Military Pilot] Alma-Ata: Kazgolitizdat, 1960.

Durova, Nadezhda. Zapiski Aleksandrova (Durovoi). Dobavlenie k Devitsekavalerist. [Notes of Aleksandrov-Durova. Addendum to The Cavalry Maiden] Moscow: 1839.

–. Zapiski kavalerist-devitsy. [Notes of a Cavalry Maiden] Moscow: 1962.

Eremenko, Aleksandra. “Zhizn’ za tovarishcha.” [A life for a comrade] V nebe frontovom, eds. Kazarinova, M.A., N.F. Kravtsova and A.A. Poliantseva. 2nd ed. Moscow: Molodaia Gvardiia, 1971. 102-108.

Galagan, Valentina Yakovlevna. Ratnyi podvig zhenshchin v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [Military feats of women during the Great Patriotic War] Kiev: Vysshaia shkola, 1986.

Gallai, M.L. Letchik Valentina Grizodubova. Moskva: Izd-vo “Malysh”, 1984.

Geroi i Podvigi: Sovetskie listovki Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny 1941-1945 gg. Geroi i Podvigi: Sovetskie listovki Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny 1941-1945 gg. [Heroes and Victories: Soviet leaflets of the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945] Moscow: Politizdat, 1958.

Geroini Otechestvennoi voiny: Ocherki. [Heroines of the Patriotic War: Essays] Krasnoiarsk: Krasnoiargiz, 1942.

Goncharenko, Gennadi. Prizvanie. [Calling] Moscow: Moskovskii rabochii, 1979.

Gorodov, I.A. and N.I. Shapkin. Moi dorogie devochki … [My Dear Girls …] Omsk: Omsk Book Publishing, 1990.

Gvozdev, Georgii Borisovich. Dni Ispitanii 1 Muzhestva. [Days of Trial and Courage] Voennye Memuary. Moscow: Voenizdat, 1977.

Inozemtsev, I.G. Pod Krylom–Leningrad: Boevoi put’s VVS Leningradskogo Voennogo Okruga, Leningradskogo fronta i 13-i vozdushnoi armii v gody velikoi otechestvennoi voiny. [Under the Wings–Leningrad: the combat record of the Air Forces of the Leningrad Military District, the Leningrad Front and the 13th Air Army during the years of the Great Patriotic War] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1978.

Ivanova, Iu. N. “I na Rusi byli Amazonki.” [There were Amazons in Russia, too] Armiia 5 (1992): 44-49.

–. “Prekrasneishie iz khrabrykh.” [The best of the brave] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1994): 93-96.

–. “Problem khvatalo i bez nikh, no …” [There was enough of a problem even without them, but …] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 6 (1994): 75-77.

–. “Vypusknitsy voennykh akademii.” [Women Graduates of Military Academies] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 8 (1993): 88-89.

–. “Zhenshehiny v Istorii Rossiiskoi Armii.” [Women in the History of the Russian Army] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1992): 86-89.

Karaev, N.I. and V.V. Liubimov, eds–. Nam dorogi eti pozabet nelzia. Rostov: 1975.

Kaverin, V. “Partizanskii vrach.” [Partisan doctor] Docheri Rossii. Ed. Cherniaeva, I. Moscow: Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1975. 93-96.

Kazarinova, M.A., N.F. Kravtsova, and A.A. Poliantseva. V nebe frontovom: sbornik vospominanii sovetskikh letchits-uchastnits Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [In the Sky Above the Front: A Collection of Memoirs of Soviet Women pilots/Who Participated in the Great Patriotic War] 2nd ed. Moscow: Molodaia Gvardiia, 1971.

Khristinin, Iu. N. “Ne radi nagrad, no radi tokmo rodnogo narodu.” [Seeking no reward, only to serve her country] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 1 (1994): 92-95.

Kikabidze, M.K. Naravne s muzhchinami. [On a par with men] Kutaisi: Sabchota Sakartvelo, 1984.

Kirsanov, N.A. and V.F. Cheremisov. “Zhenshchiny v voiskakh protivovozdushnoi oborony v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny.” [Women in the air defense forces during the Great Patriotic war] Istoriia SSSR 3 (1975): 63-75.

Klopina, T. “Khronika, fakty, nakhodki.” [Chronicle, facts, and finds] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1976): 126.

Kolibaba, G.N. “Zhenshchiny na voennoi slyzhbe.” [Women in military service] Bolshaia Sovetskaia Entsiklopediia. 3rd ed. Moscow: Nauka, 332.

Kolomiets, T.K. “Chapaevtsy stoiali na smert.” [Soldiers of the Chapaev Division Stood to the Death] U chernomorskikh tverdyn. Moscow: Voenizdat, 1967. 216-217.

Kosven, M.O. “Amazonki: istoriia legendy.” [Amazons: history of a legend] Sovetskaia etnographiia 2 (1947): 33-59.

Kotelenets, A.I., Ed. Zhenshchiny Strany Sovetov. Kratkii istoricheskii ocherk. [Women of the Soviet Land. Short historical essay.] Moscow: Politizdat, 1977.

Krivich, G.D. Zhenshchiny-snaipery Leningrada. [Women snipers of Leningrad] Leningrad: Znanie, 1966.

Lebedev, Z. “Znak osobogo otlichiia.” [An Award of Special Distinction] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 10 (1979): 84-87.

Levchenko, Irina. Povest’ o voennykh godakh. 2nd ed. Moscow: Moskovskii rabochii, 1965.

–. V gody Velikoi voiny: frontovye zapiski. 2nd ed. Moscow: Voenizdat, 1955.

Levin, I.S. Groznye gody. [Terrible Years] Saratov: Privolzhskoe, 1984.

Loshchits, M.F., Ed. Geroi i Podvigi. [Heroes and Victories.] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1963.

–. Ed. Pamiat’ ognennykh let. [Memory of the Fiery Years.] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1975.

Magid, Alexander Samoilovich. Gvardeiskii Tamanskii aviatsionnyi polk. [Guards Taman Aviation Regiment] 2nd ed. Moscow: DOSAAF, 1956.

Makhrova, A. “Iz istorii zhenskogo dvizheniia v Krasnoi armii i na flote v 30-e gody.” [From the History of Women’s Movement in the Red army and in the Navy in the 1930s] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1972): 88-95.

–. “Patrioticheskoe dvizhenie za podgotovku medsester v Krasnoi armii i na flote (1938-1940 gg.).” [Patriotic Activity for the Training of Nurses in the Red army and in the Navy (1938-1940)] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1974): 93-96.

Medvedeva, Liudmila. “Zhenshchina v pogonakh (ili bez onykh).” [Woman in shoulder-boards (or without them)] Znamia 2 (1990): 160-169.

Medvedeva, Zoya. My srazhalis pod Odessoi. [We Fought for Odessa] Odessa: Mayak, 1972.

–. Opalennaia iunost. [My Fire-Scorched Youth] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1967.

–. “Zapiski pulemetchitsy.” [Notes of a Woman Machine Gunner] Don 3 (1971): 147-166.

–. “Zapiski pulemetchitsy.” [Notes of a Woman Machine Gunner] Don 2 (1975): 129-150.

Minaeva, I.N., Ed. Srazhalas’ za Rodinu: pisma i dokumenty geroin’ Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [She Fought in Battle for the Motherland: Letters and Documents of the Heroines of the Great Patriotic War.] Moscow: Mysl’, 1964.

Mitrofanova, A.V. Rabochy klass SSSR v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [The Working Class of the USSR during the Great Patriotic War] Moscow: Nauka, 1971.

Mizin, V.M. Snaiper Petrova. [Sniper Petrova] Leningrad: Lenizdat, 1988.

Modorov, N.S. V trude i v boiu. [In Labor and in Battle] Gorno-Altaysk: Altay Book Publishing, 1990.

Murmantseva, Vera Semenova. “Noveishaia literatura o ratnom i trudovom podvige zhenshchiny v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny.” Voprosy istorii 9 (1983): 120-124.

–. “Ratny i trudovoi podvig sovetskikh zhenshchin.” [Military and Labor Feats of Soviet Women] Voenno-istoricheskii Zhurnal 5 (1985): 73-81.

–. “Sovetskie zhenshchiny v Velikoi Otechestvennoi voine 1941-1945.” [Soviet Women in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945] Voenno-Istoricheskii Zhurnal 2 (1968): 47-54.

–. Sovetskie zhenshchiny v Velikoi Otechestvennoi voine 1941-1945. [Soviet Women in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945] Moscow: Mysl’, 1974.

–. Zhenshchiny v soldatskikh shineliakh. [Women in soldiers’ overcoats] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1971.

Murmantseva, Vera Semenova and T. A. Semikina. “Zhensovety: opyt, problemy.” [Women’s Councils: Experience, Problems] Voenno-Istoricheskii Zhurnal 9 (1987): 76-81.

Nechunaev, G.I., Ed. Devushka iz legendy. [Girl from a Legend.] Alma-Ata: Kazakhstan, 1989.

Nikiforova, E., Ed. Rozhdennaia voinoi. [Destined for War.] Moscow: Molodaia gvardiia, 1985.

Oktyabrem rozhdennye. Moscow: 1967.

Oskin, A.I. Nadezhda Durova: geroi Otechestvennoi voiny 1812 goda. [Nadezhda Durova: hero of the Patriotic war of 1812] Moscow: 1962.

Ovchinnikova, L.P. Zhenshchiny v soldatskikh shineliakh. [Women in soldiers’ overcoats] Volgograd: Nizhne-Volzhskoe, 1987.

Patrushev, V.F., Ed. Boevye podrugi. [Women Combat Friends.] Krasnoyarsk: Krasnoyarsk Book Publishers, 1989.

Pavlichenko, Liudmila Mikhailovna. Geroicheskaia byl: oborona Sevastopolia 1941-1942 gg. [A Heroic True Story: the defense of Sevastopol 1941-1942] Moscow: Politizdat, 1960.

Pichuev, V.P., Iu. V. Tsvelev, and L.A. Tsygankova. “Meditsinsikoe i materialnobytovoe obespechnie zhenshchin-voennosluzhashchikh v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny.” Voenno-meditsinskii zhurnal 11 (1987): 71-72.

Polivanov, A.N. “Voiteli iz roda Polivanovykh.” [Warriors of the Polivanov Family] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 1-2 (1994): 60-69, 57-64.

Popovich, M.L. “Nebesnaia Diana.” [A Heavenly Diana] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1995): 86-88.

Prussakov, G.K., A.A. Vasil’yev, I.I. Ivanov, F.S. Luchkin, and G.O. Komarov. 16’aia vozdushnaia: voenno-istoricheskii ocherk o boevom puti 16-i vozdushnoi armii. [The 16th Air Army: A Military Historical Essay on the Campaign Record of the 16th Air Army (1942-1945)] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1973.

Pushkareva, Natalia. Women in Russian History: From the Tenth to the Twentieth Century. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997.

Raskova, Marina and E. A. Migunova. Zapiski Shturmana/Prodolzheniie Podviga. [Notes of a Navigator/Continuation of a Victory] Moscow: DOSAAF, 1976.

Rodionov, I.N., Ed. Voennaiia entsiklopediia v vos’mi tomakh. [Military encyclopedia in eight volumes.] 8 vols. Moskva: Voenizdat, 1997.

Rokossovskii, K. “20 let Velikoi pobedi.” [20th Anniversary of the Great Patriotic War]? (1965?).

Roshchin, I. “Tank ‘Boevaia podruga’.” [The tank “Fighting Girl”] Voenno-Istoricheskii Zhurnal 6 (1972): 118-119.

Rudakov, M. “Boevye dela snaiperov.” [Combat Activities of Snipers] Voenno-istoricheskii zhurnal 3 (1972): 56-60.

Selivanov, F. “Tri stranitsy iz zhizni.” [Three pages from a life] Kryl’ia Rodiny October 1965: 14-15.

Senin, A.S. “Zhenskie batal’ony i voennye komandy v 1917 godu.” Voprosy Istorii 10 (1987): 176-182.

Shkadov, I.N., Ed. Geroi Sovetskogo Soiuza: kratkii biograficheskii slovar’. [Hero of the Soviet Union: A Short Biographical Dictionary.] 2 vols. (Abaev-Liubichev). Moscow: Voenizdat, 1987-88.

Smirnov, P.P. and E.V. Chistiakova, eds. Alena Arzamasskaia-Temnikovskaia. Saransk: 1986.

Sokolov, V. “V zhelzhnykh nochakh Leningrada.” Devushki v pogonach: sbornik. Ed. Nesterskii, A. Mosow: Voenizdat, 1964. 159-166.

Toropov, L.F., Ed. Geroini: Ocherki o Zhenshehlnakh–Geroiakh Sovetskogo Soiuza. [Heroines: Biographical Sketches of Women Heroes of the Soviet Union.] 2 vols. Vol. 2. Moscow: Politizdat, 1969.

Turabelidze, G.P. “Vstrecha boevikh druzei.” [A Meeting of Combat Friends] V nebe frontovom: sbornik vospominaniy Sovetskikh letchits-uchasmits Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny, eds. Kazarinova, M.A., N.F. Kravtsova and A.A. Poliantseva. 1st ed. Moscow: Molodaia Gvardiia, 1962. 115-117.

Vaskovskiy, Ya. Podvig Pulemetchitsy. [Feat of a Woman Machine Gunner] Odessa: Mayak, 1985.

Verevkin, I.F. and V. Ya. Karlin, eds. Byla ty otvazhnym boitsom: ocherki o podvigakh sibiriachek na frontax Velikoi Otechestvennoi voiny. [You were a Brave Soldier.] Novosibirsk: Zapadno-sibirskoe knowzhnoe izdatel’stvo, 1982.

Vershigora, Petro P. Liudi s chistoi sovets’iu. [Men with a Clear Conscience] Moscow: Sovetskii pisatel’, 1952.

Vershinin, Konstantin Andreevich. Chetvertaia Vozdushnaia. [Fourth Air (Army)] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1975.

Viatskii, Andrei. “Kommandir s pushistymi resnitsami.” Sovetskii voin 19 (1976): 30-31.

Zhuravlev, D.A. Ognevoi Shchit Moskvy. [The Fiery Defense of Moscow] Moscow: Voenizdat, 1972.

Sociobiology, Origins of Aggression

Ehrenreich, Barbara. Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War. New York: Metropolitan Books, 1997.

Hunter, Anne E., Ed. On Peace, War, and Gender: A Challenge to Genetic Explanations. New York: The Feminist Press, 1991.

Robarchek, Clayton A. and Carole J. Robarchek. “Cultures of War and Peace: A Comparative Study of Waorani and Semai.” Aggression and Peacefulness in Humans and Other Primates. Eds. Silverberg, James and J. Patrick Gray. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. 189-213.

Wilson, Edward. Sociobiology: The New Synthesis. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1975.

Theory, Language, Masculinity / Femininity and War

Cohn, Carol. “Sex and Death in the Rational World of Defense Intellectuals.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 12.4 (1987): 687-718.

Cohn, Carol. ‘”Clean Bombs’ and Clean Language.” Women, Militarism, and War: Essays in History, Politics, and Social Theory. Eds. Elshtain, Jean and S. Tobias. Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, 1990.

Colleton, Claire. “Gender-Charged Munitions: The Language of World War I Munitions Reports.” Women’s Studies International Forum 11.2 (1988): 109-116.

De Pauw, Linda Grant. “Gender as Stigma: Probing Some Sensitive Issues.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 6.1 (1988): 29-43.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke. “Women as Mirror and Other: Toward a Theory of Women, War and Feminism.” Humanities in Society 5.2 (1982): 29-44.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke and Sheila Tobias, Eds. Women. Militarism and War: Essays in History, Politics, and Social Theory. Rowman & Littlefield, 1990.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke. Women and War. New York: Basic Books, 1987.

Fussell, Paul. The Great War and modern memory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1975.

–. Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War. Oxford University Press, 1989.

Honey, Maureen. Creating Rosie the Riveter: Class, Gender, Propaganda during World War II. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.

Kates, Gary. “The transgendered world of the Chevalier/Chevaliere d’ Eon.” The Journal of Modern History 67.3 (1995): 558(37).

Kates, Gary. Monsieur d’Eon Is a Woman. Basic Books, 1995.

Lentin, Ronit, Ed. Gender and Catastrophe. New York: Zed Books, 1997.

Lynn, John A. “The Embattled Future of Academic Military History.” Journal of Military History 61. (1997): 777-789.

Mosse, George L. Fallen Soldiers: Reshaping the Memory of the World Wars. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Segal, Mady Wechsler. “Women’s Military Roles Cross-Nationally: Past, Present, and Future.” Gender & Society 9.6 (1995): 757-775.

Skaine, Rosemarie. Women at War: Gender Issues of Americans in Combat. McFarland, 1998.

Stiehm, Judith Hicks. “The Protected, the Protector, the Defender.” Women’s Studies International Forum 5.3/4 (1982): 367-376.

–. “Women and Men’s Wars.” Women’s Studies International Forum 5.3/4 (1982).

–. “Women, Men and Military Science: Is Protection Necessarily a Racket?” Women, Power, and Policy: Toward the Year 2000. Ed. Boneparth, E. NY: Pergamon, 1982.

Tavris, Carol. The Mismeasure of Woman: why women are not the better sex, the inferior, or the opposite sex. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992.

United States: African-Americans

Berry, Mary Frances and John W. Bassingame. Long Memory: The Black Experience in America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

Blanton, DeAnne. “Cathay Williams, Black Woman Soldier 1866-1868.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 10.3-4 (1992): 1-21.

Collier-Thomas, Dr. Bettye. “Recovering the Military History of Black Women.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 1.1 (1983): 76-80.

Earley, Charity Adams. One Woman’s Army: A Black Officer Remembers the WAC. College Station, TX: Texas A&S University Press, 1989.

Frankel, Noralee. “The Southern Side of “Glory”: Mississippi African-American Women During the Civil War.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 8.3 (1990): 28-36.

Hine, Darlene Clark. “The Call that Never Came: Black Women Nurses and World War I, an Historical Note.” Indiana Military History Journal 8. (1983): 23-27.

Hoefer, Jean M. “Harriet Tubman: A Heroine of the Underground Goes to War.” Civil War Times Illustrated February 1988: 37-41.

Johnson, Jesse. Black Women in the Armed Forces, 1942-1974. New York: Hampton J. Johnson, 1974.

King, Lisa Y. “In Search of Women of African Descent who Served in the Civil War Union Navy.” Journal of Negro History 83.4 (1998): 302-309.

Miller, Richard E. “The Golden Fourteen, Plus: Black Navy Women in World War One.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 13.3-4 (1995).

Moore, Brenda L. “African-American Women in the US Military.” Armed Forces & Society 17.3 (1991): 363-384.

–. “Black, Female and in Uniform: An African-American Woman in the United States Army 1973-1979.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 8.2 (1990): 62-66.

–. To Serve My Country, To Serve My Race: The Story of the Only African American WACs Stationed Overseas During World War II. New York University Press, 1996.

Nell, William C. The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution, with Sketches of Several Distinguished Colored Persons. Boston: 1855.

Newman, Debra L. “The Propaganda and the Truth: Black Women and World War II.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 4.4 (1986): 72-92.

Pitts, Lucia M. One Negro WAC’S Story. Los Angeles: 1968.

Putney, Martha S. When the Nation Was in Need: Blacks in the Women’s Army Corps during World War II, Metuchen, N J: Scarecrow, 1992.

Stiehm, Judith Hicks, Ed. It’s Our Military, Too! Women and the U.S. Military. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996.

Taylor, Susie King. Reminiscences of My Life in Camp. New York: Arno, 1968.

United States: Aviation

“Fifinellas: America’s Women Flyers Ferry Army Planes.” Flying July 1943: 76.

“Here Come the WAFS.” Time 7 Jun 1942: 60.

“They Let Her Fly Anything Everywhere Except Into Combat.” Journal Of The Council On America’s Military Past 17.3: 11-14.

“Unnecessary and Undesirable?” Time 29 May 1944: 66.

Allison, Gwenyth. “Women Conquer Airman’s Prejudices.” Skyways 194?: 56-60.

Arnold, Henry Harley. Global Mission. New York: Harper, 1949.

Arthur, Julietta K. “Now You Can Learn to Fly.” Independent Woman October 1940: 320-321, 336.

–. “Wings for the Working Girl.” Flying December 1942: 41-42, 136-137.

Bartels, Diane R. Sharpie: The Life Story of Evelyn Sharp Nebraska’s Aviatrix. Dageforde Publishing, 1996.

Boom, Kathleen M. “Women in the A.A.F.” The Army Air Forces in World War II. eds. Craven, Wesley Frank and James Lea Care. Chicago: U Chicago Press, 1958. Vol. 7: 503-540.

Bowater, Eric V. “Air Transport Auxiliary Service.” Flying and Popular Aviation September 1942: 172-173, 206.

Bradbrooke, Joan. “Atta Girls! American Girls Join the ATA to Ferry Britain’s Fighters.” Skyways January 1943: 34-35, 44-45, 73.

Carl, Ann B. A Wasp Among Eagles: A Woman Military Test Pilot in World War II. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1999.

Carter, Rowland. “The Ladies Join the Air Forces.” Flying December 1942: 87-88, 96.

Chessman, E.C. Brief Glory (the story of A.T.A.). London: Petty and Sons Ltd., 1946.

Cochran, Jacqueline. Interview with Capt. Robert S. Bartanowicz and Maj. John “Fred” Shiner. 11-12 Mar 1976, USAF Academy, CO.

–. The Stars at Noon. Boston: Little, Brown, 1954.

Cole, Jean Hascall. Women Pilots of World War II. Salt Lake: University of Utah Press, 1992.

Crane, Mardo. “The Women with Silver Wings.” 99 News 5.Special Issue (1978): 8-13.

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Vietnam

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