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Forgot account? Not Now. ❶Retrieved from " Germny These hard-working, strong, post-war women existed, Treber concludes - and yes, they also cleared rubble. Views Read Edit View history. For example, in a voluntary recruitment drive in Duisburg in the West German industrial Ruhr-area in December10, men volunteered — and 50 women.

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A harrowing and sad story; but what a brave, stoic woman she is. May 3, Germany announces plans to combat far-right extremism and online hate speech. It was a daily battle for survival. Reconstituting German Society.

Occupation and the Emergence of Two States - 3. Men and - increasingly - machines cleared Germany from the rubble — at least in West Germany. This article may be expanded Gefmany text translated from the corresponding article in German.

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But it's only true to a certain degree, says German historian Leonie Treber. Every time another memorial goes up in her honor, German politicians look to what former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl said in Munich in The rubble-clearing women in the aftermath of WWII are "a symbol of the Germany women from Dresden people's wish to rebuild and of their powers of survival," he said, adding that the Munich monument "commemorates the large number of women who volunteered to clear the ruins.

Wrong, says historian Leonie Treber. Neither was there a great number of women, nor did most of Filipino dating site in Osnabruck volunteer to clear the rubble, the researcher says. Now, she's published a book on her findings, Adult Jena holidays a telling title: The historian concedes that, of course, the builders needed help - after all, about million cubic meters of rubble and ruins were waiting to be cleared across the nation.

Berlin mobilized about 60, women to clear the war ruins, but even that vrom to no more than 5 percent of the female population - it wasn't a mass phenomenon.

In the British Sector, Treber says, only 0. Yet it wasn't just Geramny women who were reserved when it came to clearing the war debris; men weren't crazy about the task.