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About 350,000 US women served in the US military.
During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.
About 350 thousand US women saw military service during WWII.
300,000 women served in World War 2 in both the military, the Red Cross, the USO, and in civilian jobs. Most of them were in the military.
Yes but they were not recruided to fight.
Women were not allowed to serve in the militaryduring WWI
Women were, and are never DRAFTED. only men.
WACs WAVEs WASPs etc
Because most of the men were in the military services
No women was reported to have served in any army in WW2. However, the military death toll is about 25 Million.
From WW2 up until the end of the Vietnam War, military women were primarily nurses and administrative personnel. Just under 1,000,000 women worked in the armed forces.
Women were sent to the factories and men were conscripted into military service.
Patriotism and peer pressure.
Approximately sixteen million men and women served in the United States military during World War II.
Men were conscripted into military sevice. Women were to work in factories.
Congress authorized the Women's Auxiliary Corps in May of 1942.
The filled the jobs men left to serve in the military
Under my best knowledge about women do in World World II were builing up military suppiles. In the United States spend building up airplnes, tanks, boats, submarines, and other military equipment. Some women were part of the us military army as nurses. I hope with this answer could help anyone in the history class
I read this from a book, but women in ww2 made air crafts for Britain during the war of Britain. ( Britain defending against Germany)
Most military women were nursing the injured. Some women cooked and washed for the soldiers.