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How did civilians help during world war 2?


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2007-12-07 01:11:06
2007-12-07 01:11:06

woman not only kept up their house work, but also took on the jobs that men normally did in those days- they worked in factories to make weapons and planes for the soldiers and girls sewed clothing and knit socks for the soldiers, while the little boys picked up scrap metal and candy wrappers for recycling for making weapons.


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