Before automation (dishwashers, clotheswashers, etc.), maintaining a family home was a full-time purpose. And mostly this task was laid before the female, while the husband worked outside the home. Females who did not marry became spinsters, which originally referred to menial textile work but later could mean any work to support herself sans husband. The advent of automation provoked the "second wave" of feminism, when the home was no longer satisfyingly or proudly challenging. Homemakers turned to the (traditionally male) workplace in order to satiate their desire for purpose and pride.
before world war ii women were mostly domestic servants
a housewife or a spinster.
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.
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.
Before World War 2, women had the right to vote in a few countries such as Australia and New Zealand. That was the only rights give at that time as they were minimally involved in the political process.
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.
Kept the huse clean and feed the men unless they were rich.
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.
They stayed at home, did not work, and did house work.
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.
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.
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.
What impact did World War 2 have on British women as mothers
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they were nurses, shop assistants, and became independent
go home and wait for there husband
See Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park.
With all of the men fighting the war, women basically took over the workforce during World War 2.
During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.
Yes, there were women in world war 1 and 2. The women had to work on farms and grow food for the men
Many women worked in factories and farms during the war.
the revolutionary was before world war 2
Before world war 2, Spain was involved in a civil war.