- Created by: meg_white
- Created on: 28-09-21 12:09
Was there a change in the role and status of women in the years 1918 - 32?
Although the Weimar government's attitude to women was more liveral in theory, it was far more traditional in practise.
On 12th November 1918, even before the new Weimar Constitution was established, the emergency government gave women the vote. This was an unexpected move, even after women's work during the war. All of the political parties taking part in the election wanted women's votes and campaigned to 'educate' women on issues. The turnout of women voting in the first election was 90%, and women took seats…