The Increasingly Loud Voice of Female Riflemen and their Visible Works: the Protocol of the First Lithuanian Women Riflemen’s Congress in 1933

Authors

  • Mindaugas Nefas Vytautas Magnus University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15823/istorija.2019.116.6

Keywords:

Lithuanian Riflemen’s Union, women riflemen, riflemen, congress, paramilitarism

Abstract

Annotation. The publication of scientifc sources presents the protocol of the first women’s congress held in Kaunas on July 2–3, 1933. It clarifes the state of women riflemen’s activities, the problems that existed, and the goals and hopes set. Tis convention marks the beginning of more progressive activities for women riflemen and is therefore an important source for further research into the history of women riflemen. Te source is accompanied by comments, clarifcations and a general overview of the activities of women riflemen.

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Published

2020-06-01

How to Cite

[1]
Nefas, M. 2020. The Increasingly Loud Voice of Female Riflemen and their Visible Works: the Protocol of the First Lithuanian Women Riflemen’s Congress in 1933. History. 116, 4 (Jun. 2020), 126–148. DOI:https://doi.org/10.15823/istorija.2019.116.6.

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Publication of scientific sources