The traditional perceptions of the role of women changed during World War 1 because many women were forced to take jobs outside of their homes while the men were away. Women worked making bandages, ammunition, and other supplies for war efforts.
women were accepted alot more because they proved they can do what men do! (and they do it better) :)
During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.
Women served as pilots and nurses during the war.
During World War 1 women were able to get jobs because of the shortage of men. After the war was over and the men came back home. The women had to stop working and go back to house work. When World War 2 began, again with the shortage of men workers the women stepped in and worked. When the men returned home the women would not give up their jobs.
Many women worked in factories and farms during the war.
The Women's Army Corps was a place where women could serve during World War II.
Women began working in factories during World War II and continued to occupy the American work force after the war.
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The Women were very important during World War one.
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During World War II, women enjoyed high pay and benefits. However, the tables were turned after the war and they returned to the lower pay. This cause a feminist movement that actually changed the laws of Australia.
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Women had diverse perspectives on the war during World War 1. Some women felt that the war efforts were unjustified and they refused to help in the war efforts. Other women wanted to show support in every way possible.
Women were more often homemakers or worked small craft jobs before the World Wars. After World War II, so much changed because women had to work during the war to make up for the missing men in the workforce.
Women had more job opportunities during World War I
Women changed because woman began to enter into professions previously dominated by men.
Women were not allowed in the Armed Forces prior to World War 2. There were some that served during World War 1, but upon the war's end, they were dismissed from the service. It took special legislation to get the women into the Reserves, limiting service until the end of hostilities. This was eventually changed and it wasn't until the mid-40's that women were allowed into the regular branches of the services. Women were not allowed in the Armed Forces prior to World War 2. There were some that served during World War 1, but upon the war's end, they were dismissed from the service. It took special legislation to get the women into the Reserves, limiting service until the end of hostilities. This was eventually changed and it wasn't until the mid-40's that women were allowed into the regular branches of the services.
During World War 1 women were called upon to be nurses to soldiers. During World War 1 women also took the jobs that were left behind by the men that were in battle in an effort to support their families.
Before World War II, women were expected to get married, raise kids, and do "lady-like" jobs such as maids, nurses, or do clerical work. That basically all changed during World War II. The men were are war, so someone had to take over their jobs. They considered having children fill in, but society chose the women. During World War II, the women who worked in manufacturing or other factories, were called "Rosie the Riveter." When the men came back from war, they expected to get their jobs back, which they did, but women continued to stay in the workforce. Today, women can basically work for any job they want. As you can see, women made a huge difference during World War II.
With all of the men fighting the war, women basically took over the workforce during World War 2.
Women worked in many factories and farms in the war.