How did World War 1 change the lives of Australian women?
one way is that because most of the men didn't return for WWI and wern't there during it, there was a big gap in the workforce and the women filled in these spaces with 50% less than that of the basic wage .
Why couldn't a women change the world. On average, men are physically dominant to women. But mentally and spiritually they are equal. There is no reason a women supposedly can not change the world, they have almost the exact same abilities as men. If you are a women, and you want to change the world, fight for what you believe in, and you can even achieve more than any of us men has in known…
Australian perspectives on immigration, war, sexual morality, the role of women and the environment were undergoing radical change. In 1974, the White Australia Policy was scrapped. Throughout the decade, women won the right to equal pay and maternity leave and Indigenous peoples made progress on land rights. In 1972, Australian troops were withdrawn from Vietnam and in 1975; the nation was rocked by the dismissal of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam