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What did the Women At War do before the World War 2 war?

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Kept the huse clean and feed the men unless they were rich.

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before world war ii women were mostly domestic servants


There are lots of present really TV shows where families were sent to go and live the same as they did then. Perhaps you would like to watch some of them? Like: "The 1940s House","Coal House At War", "Turn Bask Time", there are two of these. "Wartime Farm". Lots free to see over this Internet. And on stations like Youtube.You can pray to God for other suggestions also.


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.


After World War 1, women enjoyed new freedoms and the hard-won right to vote. More and More people bought modern conviences. Before World War 1 i do not know! After the war, women had the right to vote. Before the war happened i do not know!



a housewife or a spinster.


With the men fighting in the war, women took the jobs that men had been doing before the war.


women worked in factories to make weapons and war supplies. They filled the role that men had before the war.



During world war 2, since the men were away at war, the women had to do jobs that they wouldn't have even thought of doing before the war. They would have to do all the farming, and and look after the shops. They would basically do anything the men who were at war did before they went.


The primary occupations of women before World War 1 were teaching and nursing. Of course, there were exceptions to this, but the war did create the opportunity for women to work in factories and other jobs that had typically been held by men.


Prior to World War II, women typically did not work. They stayed home and ran the household. Once the men left for the war, women started taking their places in industry.


in WW1 (world war 1) women were making food in factory and weapons for the solders


Women typically were home makers before and after the American Civil War.


They were not able to vote i think


The civil war was after World War I.


there was only a world war 1 and world war 2


During world war 2, there were about 25 % to 30 % of women who worked outside the house at paying jobs. More married women, more mothers, and more minority women found jobs than had before the war.


See Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park.


Australian Women before World War 2 were mainly housewives. They cared for their children, cooked, and did most of the housework. If they were wealthy enough to hire a servant they were given more leisure time. In World war 2 some women became Nurses, helping the fighting men when wounded.


A lot of women took jobs in factories, making planes and other war materials. Most of the jobs that were occupied by men before the war were filled by women. This was the beginning of the "revolution" of women into the workforce.


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.


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.


Before World War II, women had jobs in what was considered their areas. They were secretaries, stenographers, teachers, and homemakers. During World War II, women were needed in factories doing physical, manual labor while the men were off at war. They also entered the workplace as cab drivers, and bus drivers. Before the war, it was very uncommon to see females in these roles.




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