Is Japanese women allowed to fight World War 1?
Women were allowed to fight in World Wr one.
No they were not allowed to fight but were allowed to serve as nurses.
no, because women were not allowed to fight in wars back then.
Women were not permitted to be combatants.
The women in the war were nurses, since they were not allowed to fight.
Yes, both men and women are allowed to do judo. However, men and women may not fight each other in tournaments just practices.
No. American women were not even allowed to join the armed forces until WW2. The very small number of women who did fight in the Civil War did so by disguising themselves as men.
selective service law
Yes they were
now they fight in it. but they used to only be allowed to be nurses
Men have always fought in wars but US Women did not fight in World War 1 or World War 2 or Vietnam war. There are a few women who are allowed to be in the infantry and help fight in skirmishes in Iraq now. But, the military is rethinking the wisdom of allowing them to fight. They are having problems with it. ___ During WW1 men fought. It was simply how it was. Men and… Read More
ww2 allowed women to get jobs and African Americans to fight along side the white soldiers
Combat positions. They could be a nurse, work in offices, and be a driver, but not fight. It is only recently women have been allowed to be fighter pilots.
Women left to do work in the factories because all of the men had gone out to fight in the army, navy or air force so their was no one left to make ammunition, planes, tanks etc. So the women did it. As women were not allowed to fight.
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Women worked as nurses oversees and other jobs on the homefront. It is important to know that women were not allowed to fight.
Women changed their look to a man to fight in the civil war because women were not allowed to fight in the civil war at that time period
because they have rights to fight for tights and they have a right to wear them. They neeeded to have good reasons to vote. pLUS BACK THEN IN THE 1800'S women were not allowed to vote because of their gender but now these days everyone over eighteen is allowed to vote.
She enlisted as a man in the colonial army because women were not allowed to fight.
Seeing the categories you selected, no women were not allowed on the battlefield.
women- I studied it last month in social studies
no, most women worked at factory's or store's to provide for there family, because men were drafted into the war.
yes, they should be allowed to. women should be treated equaly to men.
On August 18, 1920, the nineteenth amendment was ratified so that women could be allowed to vote. In the mid-nineteenth century, many women lobbied, marched, and committed civil disobedience in their fight to have the right to vote.
Yes of course Muslim women are allowed to vote .Muslim women were given the right to vote years before women in Europe .Women in Britain and other countries had to fight for the rights whereas Muslim women were given the right to vote ,right to divorce ,right to her own property ect.
Basically, the women weren't allowed to fight. It was thought it was immoral to let women risk their lives like that. The women weren't happy with it though, many wanted to fight. They were determined to do their bit in any way they could. Women took over the jobs of men, as well as producing munitions, spy work and transporting air craft.
Generally not, there were a women who fought here and there as snipers etc. But generally enlisting in the army was a mans job. In the confusion of total war anyone with a weapon can fight though and civilians are good targets usually, most casualties in WW2 were civilians.
The UFC does not allow women to fight in their organization. The most popular organization that allowed women to fight was the Elite XC. Unfortunately the Elite XC has gone out of business and there are no televised events with women fighters.
Less than 2007 maybe 2000 more than 1994
Women got the right to vote and to work in factories, and also they were allowed, or not looked down on, for wanting to fight in WWII. They were allowed jobs as; armorers, mechanics, fitters, and welders. And in May 1944 they were being sent to combat areas in Europe to train for combat although didn't actually fight for a couple more decades. And they were allowed into the air force, a they went from… Read More
They were in the services because they felt the need to help fight the war. Many worked in Mash units and hospitals. Some women were also taken POW's and were held in the war by the Japanese.
None, because they were all busy in the kitchen making food for the troops. Women were not allowed to fight in the military until later in time.
As strange it may sound for us nowadays, women's right to vote had required a longtime fight by many brave women, who had to fight prejudice and inequity. Sweden is the first European country that allowed taxpayer women to vote in the year 1862.
The role of women was very important because they were not allowed to fight and they were strong enough and brave enough to prove that they could do just as good as men could do.
Women weren't allowed to fight in the Civil War. They played another important role by tending to farms and factories while the men were out fighting.
Slavery made everyone realize that women should be allowed to be more involved.
Communist nations such as the USSR used women pilots, as snipers, and tank crewmembers during WW2. See book: Night Witches; Russian (Soviet) women pilots fought German pilots in aerial combat. In that time there were aloud to fight not only wemen but children as well.
In World War Two it was not socially acceptable for women to fight, so no women were soldiers.
It was a long time before women were allowed to fight in battles. Molly Pitchers is a nickname for the woman who fought in the American Battle of Monmouth.
Do women have vaginas? Yes women in America are allowed to vote.
Women were not allowed to compete personally. Married women were not allowed to attend the games because of a penalty of death, although maidens were allowed to attend.
Korea was taken over by Japan in 1909. Thousands of Korean men were taken by the Japanese and forced to work as laborers for the Japanese army. Many of these labored on Japanese fortifications on the Pacific islands the Japanese held. The Japanese made no effort to evacuate these men when the US attacked these islands, and the Koreans were trapped alongside the Japanese troops, who were expected to fight to the last man. Often… Read More
Women were considered to be the "weaker sex" and it was thought that their proper place was in the home. There were female nurses during the Civil War and there were women who posed as men in order to fight. Most of these women were following their husbands, sons, or fathers into war. Surprisingly some men actually allowed their wives to pose as men and go to war with them so that they could stay… Read More
The bombing was a terrible thing as is all war but, at the time, it probably saved a lot more people than it killed. The Japanese are and were Avery proud people and our troops during world war two observed the incredible tenacity of the Japanese in battle even on remote islands. Our leaders at the time knew that on the homeland of Japan they were teaching women and children to fight with clubs if… Read More
Many were nurses and aides to commands. They were not allowed to fight, but still died and taken POW. The first woman to be a fighter pilot wasn't until the late 1980's.
women were not allowed to participate in ancient greek
when were women allowed to be lawyars
Women were not allowed to participate in the World Anti-Slavery Convention. This sparked the women's suffrage movement.
Yes, women were allowed in the Roman theatres but they had a separate seating area. Yes, women were allowed in the Roman theatres but they had a separate seating area. Yes, women were allowed in the Roman theatres but they had a separate seating area. Yes, women were allowed in the Roman theatres but they had a separate seating area. Yes, women were allowed in the Roman theatres but they had a separate seating area… Read More
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.