Women may not have worked as clerks till World War I, but women worked as spies in many wars including the American Civil War and the Revolutionary War.
nurses and spies
1000 from all the countries which represents 1% of spies in WW2
Both sides had many female spies. The true number will never be known.
Yes - even the women spies.
I saw this question in our database and it is fairly old now. I thought I better let you know than an essay about women spies in World War 2 is exactly that: an essay that tells about women who spied for either the Axis Forces or the Allied Forces. There were women spies on both sides. There were more women spying for the Allied Nations than for the Axis nations.
it made it easier for the other team to know what there doing
Spies especially women spies helpes influence the out come of the civil war in depth they carried very important information to and from the soldiers without women spies the whole outcome of the war could have changed
Some women did fight in World War 2. Some were nurses, some had desk jobs, and some were spies. Some were just women in the line of fire.
Because no one suspected women.
There were women spies in World War 1. The most famous female spy was Mata Hari. She was a Dutch woman living in Paris that spied for Germany.
Some spies were women, who were not readily seen as being involved in the war.
Female spies performed a variety of duties during World War II. They performed reconnaissance, reported activities to their base governments, and even helped people escape into safe countries.
The women helped big time!
to make women pregnant
there were three women spies belle boyd,elizabeth van lew,and rose o` neal grennhow.
I..... what? do you mean during the Civil War? Yes, occasionally women of both sides were not necessarily spies, but they would pass on what knowledge they gained. It was mostly men who were official spies. also, it's women for plural.
Women were important because theyi helped fight in the civil war, were spies and helped in the hosoitals.
During World War 2, Germany had spies and practiced espionage. German espionage began before the World War, and dates back to before the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
See: List of Japanese spies, 1930-45.
During World War 1, there were hundreds of German spies who were caught in the United Kingdom. They were all killed upon captivity.