yes because women nurses were in the war as medical help but sometimes they were threatened by the other team or killed
Women served as pilots and nurses during the war.
7,484 women served in Vietnam War. Out of that 6,250 (or 83.5%) were nurses. Eight of them were killed.
nurses and spies
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.
a tiny percentage of the soilders were women but the rest were nurses
Most of the women who where serving in WW2 where Nurses
Women entered World War II in non-combat roles. They were clerks, nurses, mechanics, and secretaries.
They were nurses and helped the hurt soldier's
Not all, but the majority who served, did so as nurses and some doctors.
The WREN nurses were British women in the Women's Royal Naval Service.they were the womens royal naval service