The role of female combatants in the Nicaraguan revolution and counter revolutionary war / Martín Meráz García, Martha L. Cottam and Bruno M. Baltodano.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2019.
viii, 118 pages ; 23 cm
- Women and socialism -- Nicaragua.
Women in combat -- Nicaragua.
Women soldiers -- Nicaragua.
Nicaragua -- Politics and government -- 1937-1979.
Nicaragua -- History -- 1937-1979.
Politics and government.
Women and socialism.
Women in combat.
- "The revolution in Nicaragua was unique in that a large percentage of the combatants were women. This book is a study of these women and those who fought in the Contra counter revolution on the Atlantic Coast. It is a qualitative study based on 85 interviews with female ex-combatants in the Revolution and counter revolution from the 1960s to the end of the 1980s, as well as field observations in Nicaragua and the autonomous regions of the Atlantic Coast. It explores the reasons why women fought, the sacrifices they made, their treatment by male combatants, and their insights into the impact of the Revolution and counter-revolution on today's Nicaragua"-- Provided by publisher.
- Women as combatants in revolution
Historical overview of the Nicaraguan revolution and the FSLN women
Women in the FSLN
The contra war
Women in the contra revolutionary war
- "Routledge Focus"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 112-116) and index.
- Cottam, Martha L., author.
Baltodano, Bruno, author.
- Other format:
- ebook version :
9780429638305 (ePub ebook)
9780429641473 (PDF ebook)
9780429635137 (Mobipocket ebook)
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