they cooked, cleaned, and washed the dishes in the homefront kitchens.
women get mailed
They stayed at home to help with the home front duties
they worked in the men jobs and people thought they did good so they made it fair for them to have a job.
No. They stayed at home helping on the home front.
By inspiring the women and people in the home front work harder to win the war. by insparating the women and people in the home front work harder to win the war by inspiring the women and men not in the war to join/support the war
Most people on the home front, including women, wanted the Allies to be victorious. More than anything, however, they wanted their soldiers home and safe.
The difference between men and women were that the men did a lot more work than the women at certain points of the year. The women did more home jobs.
Carried on in the home front.
The home front during ww1 was all the men and women that helped out the wounded or starving solders that arrived home. They fed them, looked after them and even sleeped with them :p.......
One thing Americans did on the home front, particularly women, was build airplanes and ships. Many Americans also bought war bonds.
* They took jobs that allowed men to go to war. * They ran the households and raised the kids * They learned to cook with limited supplies * They went without things like nylon stockings and new shoes
Soldiers on the home front.
Many goods were rationed on the home front, include rubber and nylon. Women took over the factory jobs of men who were away at war.
/no because women were stupid in the past fee Hudson
Women were left to stand the home front while the men went off to fight in WWII.
the women cooked, did laundry, and nursed sick or wounded soldiers.
Yes because the men were at war
Americans organized for the war on the home front by sacrificing everyday indulgences for the soldiers. Women and children went to work as well to ensure that the soldiers had all that they needed.
Women were the backbone of both World War 2 and World War 1 (And the Viet Nam War). Without the women joining the forces and working on the home front the wars could not have been waged. Women helped to build armament, planes, ships, ammunition and made Uniforms. The men could not leave home if the women did not take their places to keep the home front functioning. The nurses and female doctors all contributed to the front and back at home to substitute for the doctors at the front. Many people forget the kids, teens, and young ladies who all made the war possible. They helped with all the volunteer work, recycling efforts and by taking care of themselves while their mothers worked.
Probably working in factories back on the home-front, with a very Rosie the Riveter look to them?
The women sent food to the troops, made clothing and bandages and collected supplies.
Canadians helped the home front by taking all the jobs in the community and running it themselves. Women and others farmed, cleaned, and did all of the necessities that needed to be done to keep their communities running.
It could depend on which war, but women did not actually go to battle. Women took care of things on the home front.