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Answered 2011-03-11 05:43:08

They saved fat from their lunch and dinner, so the army could make bombs and smoke gas etc.

NO! That's actually mean? not funny. Women played a big role in the War. most jobs would get replaced by what the men did. Mostly, there were nurses after the war!

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