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Since many men were away fighting the war, women stepped in to do agricultural work.

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

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Much of the reason stemmed from the work women did during World War 1.

Because with all of the men gone at war, there was no one to work, but the women stepped in to substitute for the men.

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Because most of the men were at the front. The jobs they left were filled by women.

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