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Reconstructing Patriarchy after the Great War: Women, by E. Kuhlman

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By E. Kuhlman

This e-book, the 1st to review women's old involvement in postwar reconciliation, examines how patriarchy and the diplomacy method operated at the same time to make sure postwar male privilege.

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102 Germans and Americans had cooperated to check uncontrolled female sexuality during the occupation. When Carola Schuller requested space from occupation authorities, she received word that space would be granted. When OCCA H. S. S. S. occupation ended as “moral protection” for Germany,104 much as German Fräuleins sought shelter from the severe circumstances they faced through marriage with American soldiers. S. authorities reported an improvement in rates of venereal disease and illegitimate births by 1920.

While military and civilian officials on both sides proclaimed the American occupation acceptable by the local population, ordinary German civilians recorded their encounters with the American military in court. 111 Nevertheless, the relatively trouble-free nature of the occupation enabled German and American military and civilian authorities to collaborate on the reestablishment of patriarchy in the Rhineland and retention of the American advantage. Romances between occupied and occupier before the summer of 1919 signaled a lovers’ conspiracy to thwart the anti-fraternization order, and after, marriages represented collaboration between Germans and Americans to protect German citizens from harm, as Pershing’s proclamation had stated.

In the 1910s, Clark University President G. Stanley Hall feared the slothful nature of industrialized American culture that he thought would impair the nation’s ability to compete with other developed states for survival. Hall believed that the civilized races, led by highly developed, “manly” men, had to be prepared to protect the effeminate, childlike races of the uncivilized world. Like his British counterpart and Rhineland Horror campaigner, Edmund Dene Morel (see below), Hall opposed overseas adventures, and he offered his arguments as an educator.

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