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Example of how did women make a difference on the home front?

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2005-11-10 03:22:23
2005-11-10 03:22:23

I'll bet there are lots of examples right there in the history book you copied this question from. And your instructor will be looking for one of them.

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The women sent food to the troops, made clothing and bandages and collected supplies.

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