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Men, Women and Care: The gendering of formal and informal care-giving in interwar Britain

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The Church, Christian Charity, and the Rehabilitative Process of Wounded First World War Veterans in Inter-War Britain, 1918-1939

Author(s): Bethany Rowley
Published in: European Christianity, the Great War and Its Aftermath, 2021
Publisher: Brill

Wounded in a mentionable place: the (in)visibility of the disabled ex-serviceman in interwar Britain

Author(s): Jessica Meyer
Published in: Veterans of the First World War: Ex-Servicemen and Ex-Servicewomen in Post-War Britain and Ireland, 2019, Page(s) 158-171, ISBN 978-0-367-17462-0
Publisher: Routledge

'We Will Never Forget You: Christian Charities and the Rehabilitation of Disabled Ex-servicemen in Interwar Leeds'

Author(s): Bethany Rowley
Published in: Local Population Studies, 2019, ISSN 0143-2974
Publisher: University of Hertfordshire

‘An uglier duckling than before’: Reclaiming agency and visibility amongst facially-wounded ex-servicemen in Britain after the First World War

Author(s): Eilis H.L. Boyle
Published in: Alter, 13/4, 2019, Page(s) 308-322, ISSN 1875-0672
Publisher: Elsevier Masson
DOI: 10.1016/j.alter.2019.08.003

Evidence to the Women’s and Equalities Committee Mental Health of Men and Boys Enquiry

Author(s): Jessica Meyer Eilis Boyle
Published in: 2019
Publisher: UK Parliamentary Library