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Did women work in World War 2?

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Answered 2007-07-05 11:33:55

See Rosie the Riveter.

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During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.

Yes, there were women in world war 1 and 2. The women had to work on farms and grow food for the men

They stayed at home, did not work, and did house work.

women made airplanes for the navy and army

No only 35% of available women

Most of the men were fighting the war, so they had to be replaced by women workers

In some parts of the world they were forced to work, in others they did it from a sense of patriotism

Women who went to work in factories

World War 2 affected the lives of women in the US by letting them to work in the factories where the men used to work. Before, they used to not be able to go near them.

Women helped out in World War 2 by working in factories and creating ammunition, aircrafts and boats. They would also work on the land and farm.

With so many men in the armed forces, women were needed to work on farms and factories.

the main role of women during world war 2, was to build planes, ships, guns, and anything else to win the war. Rosie the riveters was a popular name for the women who left their homes and went to work at factories.

farms and factories replacing men who were in the services fighting the war

World War 2 helped woman get jobs in factories making ships, planes, and missiles. World War 2 mad the Women in America realize they could do what the men could do and the were equal.

Women were needed because so many men were in the military.

During world war 2, there were about 25 % to 30 % of women who worked outside the house at paying jobs. More married women, more mothers, and more minority women found jobs than had before the war.

Women that were in World War 2 did not fight in the war. The women did many of the other types of jobs such as being nurses and driving vehicles.

factory work, secretaries,they had to do whatever there hubands did

Because most of the men were in the military services

What impact did World War 2 have on British women as mothers

Prior to World War II, women typically did not work. They stayed home and ran the household. Once the men left for the war, women started taking their places in industry.

its because of shortage of labourers who are mainly men but who are at war .to compensate it women started working in factories,industries etc.

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