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Journey Steward
Prostitution was considered among the most important societal problems facing civilian-military authorities in belligerent countries during World War I. Despite growing military control of the civilian realm in many places, the social upheaval caused by the war provided more space – including barracks and military parade grounds – for casual, non-marital, and sometimes commercial, sexual transactions.

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