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in World War 1 the women were used to clean wounds and take care of the injured

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women who didn't want to go to war but wanted to help out in some way

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Yes, there were women in world war 1 and 2. The women had to work on farms and grow food for the men

In both England and the United States women had to do the work the men left behind when they went off to war and help manufacture the weapons, ships, planes and ammo. Some women joined the military and worked as nurses for the war. Some also did volunteer work.

Because with all of the men gone at war, there was no one to work, but the women stepped in to substitute for the men.

Since many men were away fighting the war, women stepped in to do agricultural work.

Most of the men were fighting the war, so they had to be replaced by women workers

The men were fighting the war so women went to work.

Women were nurses in World War I there werent any Women soldiers in World War I and few women leaders.they did the mens work. some of them went to work in factory's to produce weapon's, some of them made clothes, also some of them went to war as paramedics or amblaunce drivers.

They stayed at home, did not work, and did house work.

women made airplanes for the navy and army

No only 35% of available women

In some parts of the world they were forced to work, in others they did it from a sense of patriotism

See Rosie the Riveter.

The women worked farms and factories because the men were in the services fighting the war

With so many men in the armed forces, women were needed to work on farms and factories.

the main role of women during world war 2, was to build planes, ships, guns, and anything else to win the war. Rosie the riveters was a popular name for the women who left their homes and went to work at factories.

Women were needed in the work place so that men could go to war. Women helped make guns, ammunition, airplanes, tanks and what ever was needed for the war effort.

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1292, right after the first world war

Women may not have worked as clerks till World War I, but women worked as spies in many wars including the American Civil War and the Revolutionary War.

farms and factories replacing men who were in the services fighting the war

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