ANEMARI MONICA NEGRU
Consilier superior, istoric şi editor la Arhivele Naţionale ale României;
Drd. Institutul de Istorie Nicolae Iorga;
This study starts with a presentation of the woman position, as number, occupation, education and socio-cultural perspectives in the Romania of the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. The base of the works is a presentation of hospitals from Bucharest, founded and maintaining by women in the period of German occupation, with a special view of Hospital no. 113. The feministe associations, especially the National Orthodox Society of Romanian Women, continued to act under the war in the Romanian occupied territory, at Bucharest, Slatina, Craiova, Ploiesti, Târgoviste, where they opened and maintained hospitals, schools, houses for table service, houses for injuried persons, the recruted childrens and orphans.
women, associations, hospitals, schools, voluntary assistant