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Caricature: Female University Student (1847)

The Plight of Turkish Women in a Foreign Land (May 1, 1980)

Ida Pfeiffer, A Lady’s Second Journey Round the World (1855)

Ida Pfeiffer, A Woman’s Journey Round the World (1850)

Adolf Dauthage, Ida Pfeiffer in Travel Costume (1856)

Wilhelm Leibl, Three Women in Church (1882)

Reich Women’s Leader Gertrud Scholtz-Klink (1938)

Cooking Class at the School for Reich Brides and Mothers on Schwanenwerder Island in Berlin (1938)

Gymnastics in the Garden of the School for Reich Brides and Mothers on Schwanenwerder Island in Berlin (1938)

Magda Goebbels at Home with her Children (1938)

“The Cross of Honor for the German Mother”: Three-Tiered Medal for Mothers with Four or More Children (1938)

NS-Frauenwarte: The Only Official Party Magazine for Women (April 1940)

Personal Reflections on Surviving Allied Bombings

Women from the Soviet Union are Transported to Germany to Perform Forced Labor (1942)

Female Prisoners Doing Forced Labor in a Gravel Pit at Auschwitz (1942)

Female Survival in Berlin in April 1945 (Retrospective Account, 1950s)

Russian Forced Laborers Suffering from Smoke Inhalation after their Liberation from Osnabrück (April 1945)

Women during the May Day Rally in Berlin (May 1, 1946)

Control Council Law No. 32 on the Employment of Women in Building and Reconstruction Work (July 10, 1946)

Speech by GDR Minister President Otto Grotewohl: “For the Happiness of Our Mothers and Children” (September 27, 1950)

Marie-Elisabeth Lüders (1932)

Taking a Break during Clearing Operations in Berlin (1945-46)

Female Workers at the East German State Railway Improvement Works in Wittenberge (1955)

Members of a “Socialist Work Collective” Eat Lunch in the Barracks of a Potsdam Construction Site (1959)

Putting Every Brick to Use: “Rubble Woman” Removing Mortar Remnants (1946)