british history 1550-1650 role of men
they were more free to do the work of men like when they were at war they were more free to do the work of men like when they were at war
They took the side of the British and men enlisted in the British army. One of these was George Washington who was a British officer.
2 Million British men were ordered to fight.
combined : over 30,000 brave men
Industrial production of men and material.
they took the jobs of men who were fighting in world war 1
100 000 men were deployed
When the men had left for war, British women took over many mens jobs. The women made all the artillery for the war.
To help the Navy men with ships and supplies and duties to win the war
all the men had to go to war, so the women had to take the jobs of the men. so they actually got work and decent jobs. this was their biggest role during ww1
Women were viewed as the caregivers because the men were gone.
Providing overwhelming men and material against the axis.
Irish men fought for the English army in ww1
Men were soldiers during the war. Men were conscirpted during world war 2 due to the excessive need for soldiers in the war. However men who had 'preoccupied occupations' were not conscipted as their jobs were of high status and value hence they were required to continue in their fields for the survival of the country. Men fought in combat, they were on the actual battle lines.
Vietnam was fighting in the war with Russia, and Russia was battling the British men.
Women worked in factories and industries while the men were in the war.
boys or men men-to fight in the war to save there country boys-to evacuate!
About six to seven million soldiers of England fought in World War I. Over 800,000 of those men died in that war.
British war dead in World War 1 (1914-1918): About 880,000 men from the United Kingdom, plus a further 200,000 from other countries in the British Empire and Commonwealth. (Over 6 million Russian soldiers died.)
During World War I, between 702,917 and 888,246 men fighting for the United Kingdom were killed or died from extenuating circumstances during the war. This is compared to 123,829 civilian deaths.
World War two stopped the economy for 5 years, it caused the loss of thousands of British men. It put Britain severely in debt.
There were just over 300 soldiers shot for cowardice and desertion in World War I. These were British and Commonwealth soldiers.
women would run and control the family business whilst the men are at war