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What role could women NOT have during World War 2?


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Answered 2011-03-15 21:34:03

Basically, the women weren't allowed to fight. It was thought it was immoral to let women risk their lives like that. The women weren't happy with it though, many wanted to fight. They were determined to do their bit in any way they could. Women took over the jobs of men, as well as producing munitions, spy work and transporting air craft.

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