Did women from other countries besides the us serve in world war 2?

Some woman were in the French Resistance. And many women served in the Soviet Red Army (russian army) And no women served in the U.S. army. In Britain, the U.S. and many Allied countries women did serve in the armed forces in World War 2 but not in a combat role. The Soviet Union was unusual in having women in combat. Obviously, in the case of resistance movements, the distinction between combat roles and others may be blurred.