Our Bodies, Their Battlefield: Breaking the silence on rape as a weapon of war

As a foreign correspondent, Christina Lamb has highlighted the personal sufferings of individuals caught up in conflicts around the world. In her new book, she focuses on how rape is used as a deliberate strategy to humiliate women and devastate their communities

3rd May, 2020
Our Bodies, Their Battlefield: Breaking the silence on rape as a weapon of war
Syrian Yazidi women march during a demonstration against Islamic State (IS) attacks. The plight of a Yazidi woman who was ‘sold’ 11 times by IS fighters is described in Christina Lamb’s book. Picture:Getty


Our Bodies, Their Battlefield: What War Does to Women

By Christina Lamb

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