they made bombs
Many women worked in factories and farms during the war.
Women while the men were at war
Women worked in many factories and farms in the war.
English women worked in many factories and farms in the war.
Women in Britain worked in factories and farms in the war.
Women who went to work in factories
In the war two things that women did were farmers and worked in large factories.
Women worked in factories and industries while the men were in the war.
farms and factories replacing men who were in the services fighting the war
"Rosie the Riveter" .
working in factories making war materials
Women who worked in factories.
Women helped out in World War 2 by working in factories and creating ammunition, aircrafts and boats. They would also work on the land and farm.
Every war factory. Ammunition, air craft. ship factories, all of them. The younger men had gone off to the war so women had to do their jobs.
Many of them worked in factories producing war goods.
Left jobs in factories and went back home
Mostly working in factories.
they did not get a lot men got double the amount than women.
The women made cloths and ran shops and factories, but they did not fight.
Rosie the Riveter was what women who worked in factories were called.
women worked in factories to make weapons and war supplies. They filled the role that men had before the war.
World War 2 helped woman get jobs in factories making ships, planes, and missiles. World War 2 mad the Women in America realize they could do what the men could do and the were equal.
Not especially the working conditions were good and clean