answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-03-08 02:37:37
2011-03-08 02:37:37

because they started getting ideas

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


The roles BEFORE World War II were being a housewife & during World War II women took over factories and other jobs. that's why women have jobs now. Before World War II they didn't work outside of the house.


THE ROLES OF WOMEN DURING WAR WORLD II CHANGED ALOT. WOMEN HAD TO DO WAR LIKE MATERIALS AND HAD TO TAKE OVER MEN LIKE JOBS THEY DID NOT CARE IF THEY WERE TOUGHT UNFIMMENIN THEY NEEDED THE MONEY. THEY WOULD EARN , SPEND AS MUCH AS MEN DID.


Because most of the men were in the military and they still needed factory workers, farm workers and ship builders. Women took over these roles.


Women had to plow the fields and run plantations. They also took over jobs in the offices and factories


The women in World War 1 had different roles. Caring for soldiers and supplying food, as well as taking over many jobs that had before been done by men. Many worked in the war-industry as well.


During WWI and WWII women took over the men's responsibilities at home such as working in factories, tending to farms, etc. <><><> In addition, women served in non-combat roles in the military- as drivers, mechanics, and ferrying aircraft.


the women were nurses and the african americans battled and they to charge over only black people not white people


With all of the men fighting the war, women basically took over the workforce during World War 2.


women did many things during ww1. When the man had become the soldiers during this war it was left to the women to fill their roles at home. This meant that the women had to work in factories mainly producing army supplies but, in doing so they were paid only half of hat the men were paid. When the war was over women had proved the stereotype that women can't do anything a man could do was untrue. Unfortunately the women went back to their regular jobs of taking care of the families.


Women, during the second World War, took over many of the traditional jobs of the men who went off to fight Hitler and the Nazis.


Women's roles changed completely. When the men went off to war women took over their jobs in factories. The only women at the front were the nurses although approximately 80,000 women were part of the women's forces as non-combatents. The change in the role of women helped women's suffrage in the future. Women's roles changed completely. When the men went off to war women took over their jobs in factories. The only women at the front were the nurses although approximately 80,000 women were part of the women's forces as non-combatents. The change in the role of women helped women's suffrage in the future. Women's roles changed completely. When the men went off to war women took over their jobs in factories. The only women at the front were the nurses although approximately 80,000 women were part of the women's forces as non-combatents. The change in the role of women helped women's suffrage in the future.


With the men away fighting, the women took over many of the jobs traditionally done by men.


Women during the First World War were given roles they never had before. They assumed a number of positions that might have been filled by men, but were "open" because the men were fighting the war. Women took over a lot of manufacturing and building jobs, as well as the running of the farms and became nurses for the injured soldiers.


During world war 1, woman took over the roles of men, knitting lots of socks and beanies for the men who were off at war.


The role of woman during World War 2 was to make supplies for the people over seas


they would cook, clean, and watch over the children


Women have gone through many roles throughout history. Initially the men in a woman's life, controlled her fate. Women were expected to be subordinate to their fathers until they married, then they were to be subordinate to their husbands. A married woman could hold property, it automatically transferred to her husband upon marriage. Women were also not allowed to vote. A turning point occurred when women during World War I, took over the jobs their husbands had to leave behind to go to war. Soon after, women were given the right to vote, and on the path to independence.


Rosie the riveter- represented working women in factories that took over men's jobs.


During World War II, over 216,000 women were drafted into the WAAC (the army branch for women) and the WAVEs(the navy branch for women). Women who were not a part of the army stayed and often took over their husbands jobs.


When the men had left for war, British women took over many mens jobs. The women made all the artillery for the war.


1. Women took over the jobs usually done by men in many occupations.


As men left to fight the war, it was only left to women to take over their jobs. They did all of those hard metal works stuff making planes tanks and ammo supporting the Total war


World War I caused a massive influx of women in the labor pool. As men were out fighting, women took over the jobs once held by men. Approximately 1,600,000 women joined the workforce during the 4 year period of fighting. Many women worked in munitions, farming, and nursing.


during the first world war 1 the suffragettes and other women took over the mens jobs as the men was at war


The roles of women have changed drastically over the last 30 years. In this time, women have taken over the role of the provider instead of a house wife. Women work fulltime to help support their families while continuing to raise their children. More women are now furthering their educations and obtaining college degrees, enabling them to take on the bread winner role within their households.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.