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.
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.
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