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.
American women were not allowed to enter in combat like the British and the Soviet women who were used as spys, snipers, plane mechanics etc. Because America entered the war later then all the other countries, it wasn't as desperate for men as the other countries were (Who had lost many over the course of 2 years) But they did serve as nurses and clerical workers that helped the war effort.
Yes, women serve full-time missions for the Mormon church. Unlike men who may only serve between the ages of 19-26, women may serve any time after the age of 21. Both men and women must be single when they serve. Married couples serve missions together after about age 65. Another difference is that men serve for 2 years. Women serve for 18 months and couples serve for 12-18 months.
Should women in other countries have the same rights as women do here in the USor should it be based on their own cultures?
Women already had the vote in some places by the time WWI finished. In the Pitcairn Island already since 1838. But also, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, Norway, Canada and Denmark. In other countries women had long worked for it, but WWI had shown everone how essential women were and many other countries also finally gave women the vote.