Bristol 2014 The City And Conflict From The First World War To The Present Day

Bristol 2014 is part of the First World War Centenary Partnership

First World War Centenary Partnership Programme

Bristol 2014 is supported by:

Heritage Lottery Fund Arts Council England Bristol City Council Business West Society of Merchant Venturers University of the West of England

It is coordinated by Bristol Cultural Development Partnership.

Further Reading and Additional Material from Lucienne Boyce

Lucienne Boyce, author of the essay 'Tramgirls, Tommies and the Vote', suggests the following additional reading and has provided an image not included in the book.

Alberti, Joanna Beyond Suffrage: Feminists in War and Peace 1914-28 (London: Macmillan, 1989)

Appleby, John B The People’s Carriage: History of Bristol Tramways Company (Bristol, Bristol Omnibus Co Ltd, 1974)

Appleby, John B Bristol’s Trams Remembered (Bristol: published by the author, 1969)

Braybon, Gail Women Workers in the First World War: the British Experience  (London: Croom Helm; Totowa NJ: Barnes and Noble, 1981)

Braybon, Gail and Penny Summerfield Out of the Cage: Women’s Experiences in Two World Wars (London: Pandora Press, 1987)

Burlton, Clive Trenches to Trams: The Life of a Bristol Tommy (Bristol: Tangent Books, 2011)

Marwick, Arthur Women at War 1914-1918 (Fontana Paperbacks, 1977)

Pankhurst, Sylvia The Home Front (London: Cresset Library 1987; first published 1932)

Penny, John Bristol at Work (Breedon Books: 2005)

Smith, Angela K Suffrage Discourse in Britain During the First World War (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005)

Stone, George F and Charles Wells Bristol and the Great War (Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1920)

Women as a threat to men’s livelihood: in this 1918 postcard, a woman helps herself to a sleeping man’s hard-earned wages. (Author’s private collection)

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