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The roles changed in that women in Britain and America took on many jobs that men had previously handled. Women went to work in factories, shipyards, making aircraft, driving ambulances and delivering warplanes.

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Here is a good website explaining what were few roles of women in USA during World War 2...hope you will find answer to your question: http://www.redstone.army.mil/history/women/


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