Gallipoli, the Somme and the Hague: Feminist Reflections on the Myriad Wars of the First World War
The article discusses several lessons to be learned from feminist analysis of the First World War as depicted in the 1981 Australian feature film "Gallipoli." It mentions that the film in its aftermaths deliver a message to pay close attention to the ways in which women's suffrage campaigns were implicated in the War and in militarism. Also discussed are the aftermaths of the War such as the Japanese colonialism in Korea, anti-colonial nationalism in Egypt and consolidation of Turkish Republic.
European Journal of Women's Studies
feminism, feminist criticism, World War I, suffrage, militarism, colonies, Gallipoli, film, films, mergers and acquisitions, Peter Weir
Arts and Humanities | Film and Media Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology
Enloe, Cynthia, "Gallipoli, the Somme and the Hague: Feminist Reflections on the Myriad Wars of the First World War" (2014). International Development, Community, and Environment. 223.