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Introduction; 1. Remembering war widows; 2. The wars; 3. Remembering death in war: loss, nostalgia and regret; 4. The question of silence; 5. Marriage wars: 1945-65; 6. Forgotten wars; 7. Memories of death, solitude and renewal; 8. Conclusion.
"A valuable addition to the literature on Australian war, society and culture, like many good books, Living With the Aftermath raises as many questions as it answers." Pacific Affairs "Damousi has opened up a rewarding field of inquiry." International History Review "Damousi's book certainly succeeds in its aim 'to correct the absence of war widows from Australian history' (p. 8), and it does far more. This is a most enjoyable book that should appeal to general readers as well as specialists." American Historical Review