Thousands of women in Britain served in all the armed services, some were pilots ferrying aircraft. Many served with the fire services in the blitz and similar units and they formed the Land Army to work on farms and similar. Of course many replaced men who were conscripted into the armed forces in the factories. Lastly many brave women fron Britain spent time and their lives working with the resistance on the Continent. There were many women who were involved in WWII. Many women became more involved in the war and did the jobs that men did. But if you're asking for famous women the only one I can think of is Eva Braun (Hitler's wife) and I think Anne Frank.
How many Australians were involved?In Australia it was estimated that 993 000 men and women were involved in WWII
During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.
Woman were involved in many different tasks during World War One they nursed, and aided in munitions production and transportation.
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Many countries gave women the right to vote after World War I.
no but they just call it that because of the many countriesw involved. (brazil wasn't really involved in world war 2. neither was madagascar.)
Winston Churchill was involved in World War two as our prime minister He was also slightly involved in World War one too but not many people know that.
Women that were in World War 2 did not fight in the war. The women did many of the other types of jobs such as being nurses and driving vehicles.
There were 2 world wars.
They had to work in factories building equipment and artillery for the war. They also had to sell war bonds, help soldiers that had been injured in the war and many things that men could not do because they had to fight in the war.During WWI women were mostly involved on the home front working in munitions plants, ship building, etc.
World War 2 involved many important people. By the very nature of this war many countries and their leaders, both of governments and armies, were involved.
World War one was the first great war. It was the biggest war the world had seen and involved many countries.
Many women worked in factories and farms during the war.
Women worked in many industries and farms in the war.
there where 6 nations involved in WW1
Women worked in many factories and farms in the war.
English women worked in many factories and farms in the war.
Some of the women involved in WWI were Maria Bochkareva, Kati Dadeshkeliani, Violet Douglas-Pennant, Katharine Furse, Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, Dorothy Lawrence, Flora Sandes, and Marina Yurlova. These women were administrators in the war.
Many women did, in very many ways.
no not at all they were not involved in the first world war
No Switzerland was not involved in the First World War.