Thoughts on Peace in an Air Raid

Woolf, Virginia
October 1940
New Republic;10/21/40, Vol. 103 Issue 17, p549
Offers views on women's rights and establishment of peace in war. Allotment of weapons to Englishwomen for defense; Way of fighting weaponless for freedom; Involvement of women in politics; Focus on fight to defend freedom; Question on freeing of Young Englishman if the young German and the young Italian remain slaves; Activities to conquer fighting instinct and Hitlerism; Emotion of fear and hate in war; Reflection of cease-fire in war.


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