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They also served as nurses and volunteer auxiliaries at military schools and hospitals. The two main periodicals of the women’s movement, “Women’s Voice” and “Ravnopravie” regularly commented on the role of BulgarÂ� ian women in post-war reconstruction, on their participation as nurses during the 1913 war, on the post-war economic difficulties and on the need to punish those responsible for the catastrophe. The issue of equal rights in education and the professions was also raised, but it was largely overshadowed by the tense political and social atmosphere in Bulgaria on the eve of the country’s entry into the First World War.
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