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What impact did World War 2 have on British women as mothers?

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What impact did World War 2 have on British women as mothers

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Women are the mothers of the world - that in itself conveys the concept.


Well there have been many British Queens that ruled the country (going all the way back to Celtic times). In modern times Margaret Thatcher certainly had an impact.


The number of married women and the number of biological mothers.


World war two had quite a large impact on women. 19 million women were employed however this had a negative impact as they were given a very low pay. Some women also helped out in the army but this was made difficult due to the fact that males felt undermined and weak.


It gave them more jobs


The VERY FIRST nurse in the world were women as wives and mothers! Wives and mothers were also the VERY FIRST midwives. Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton just organized what women had been doing for centuries.


When the men had left for war, British women took over many mens jobs. The women made all the artillery for the war.


Women began playing a large role in the workforce.


Women worked jobs that had been held almost exclusively by men.


women rights also big mystery (how she died) and broke many world records and she wasnt just an impact on kansas but the world


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Women's roles became more valued for their aid in the revolution and were under the idea of "Republican motherhood" or mothers for the new nation.


Not all women are good mothers. Being a working woman doesn't affect how good a mother one is.


Catharine Beecher believed that women could make social changes as mothers and teachers by helping to shape the views of men and boys.Catharine Beecher held the opinion that women should not be active in politics, and thought they could have the largest social impact as teachers and mothers. Beecher was an anti-suffragist.


it diminished sexism to an extent that women were given more rights too


Clara M. Beyer has written: 'Children of working mothers in Philadelphia' -- subject(s): Women, Married women, Employment, Children of working mothers, Mothers


Women didn't really 'figure' (except as mothers and housewives) in Hitler's world of manly warriors.


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.



yes Amelia Earhart made an impact in the world. she was the first women to fly across the Atlantic ocean. she was also the first women to fly around the world once and plan another trip but got lost and was never found.



Mothers and married women.


The women started getting high on crack and then eating people. Then the ottomans turned them into zombies to take over the world


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