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Now AvailableExcluded from the Record, Women, Refugees and Relief, 1914-1929Peter Lang Ltd. 2010 Part One: Relief in Great Britian 1. The Dislocation of War. Aliens, Refugees and Volunteers 2. Preparing to welcome the Belgian Refugees 3. Supporting the Belgian Refugees in Britain Part Two: Aid to Continental Europe 4. Helping an Invaded Nation: Belgian and Flanders, USA Links 5. Dealing with Difference: Refugees in France 6. Dealing with Neutral: Suffragists, Quakers and relief in Holland 7. Relief Workers Become Refugees: Serbia and the Balkans Part Three: Between War and Peace: The Armistise and Peace Treaties 8. An end to the War to End all Wars? Wars, Famines, Revolutions and Blockades 9. The War in Russia and Poland:.Saving the Children: relief in Europe 10. And now will the Refugees Please Go Home: Women and Children First? EpilogueCOMMENTS: "I must congratulate you on obtaining such a prestigious publisher as Peter Lang. This must be the most authoritative book on the subject I have ever seen. It is wonderful that our Women's Collection has been able to make a contribution to such a good work" Mary P Wilkinson, Head of Collection Department, Department of Printed Books,Imperial War Museum Available from: Peter Lang Ltd, Amazon and many other book shopsAlso AvailableMy thesis is available for download from the British Library athttp://www.ethos.ac.uk/.