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Answered 2009-09-09 04:18:00

Well, Women join in volunteer war service such as nursing army service or Red Cross. Women who were at the home front knited socks or cloths to soliders. Some of them began to do men job such as truck driver. The important role of women were to encourage men to enlist to the war.

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