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|Title:||The female face of war. the sisters of mercy during the Russo-Ottoman war of 1877 - 1878|
|Authors:||Chernyshova, O. O.|
Чернышова, О. О.
|Keywords:||Nurses;Pre-revolutionary Russia;Russian women;Sisters of mercy communities;War|
|Publisher:||International University Seminar for Balkan Studies and Specialization|
|Citation:||Chernyshova, O.O. The female face of war. the sisters of mercy during the Russo-Ottoman war of 1877 - 1878 // Balkanistic Forum. - 2016. - Volume 3. - Pages 42-51|
|Series/Report no.:||Balkanistic Forum|
|Abstract:||The article examines the role of women during the war between the Russian and Ottoman Empires (1877 - 1878). The author describes the activities of the Sisters of mercy Communities that have provided medical care for the wounded and sick soldiers at both front and rear. The structural and quantitative management of the Sisters of mercy Communities as well as their administrative and legal position are analyzed. The author examines the large influence of the mass participation of the Sisters of mercy in the war on the further development of nursing education in pre-revolutionary Russia. As a result, it turns out that this war has shown not only the Slavophil and patriotic feelings of Russian women but also reflected their desire to participate actively in social and political life|
|Appears in Collections:||Статьи, проиндексированные в SCOPUS, WOS|
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