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What were the roles of women during the war?

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The roles of the women during and after WW1 were persuading their husbands to go to war to earn more money. During the war the women had the job of knitting clothes and packing parcels with food in them to send away to the soliders

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Here is a good website explaining what were few roles of women in USA during World War 2...hope you will find answer to your question: http://www.redstone.army.mil/history/women/


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cooking and cleaning. not much has changed since then, eh?


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THE ROLES OF WOMEN DURING WAR WORLD II CHANGED ALOT. WOMEN HAD TO DO WAR LIKE MATERIALS AND HAD TO TAKE OVER MEN LIKE JOBS THEY DID NOT CARE IF THEY WERE TOUGHT UNFIMMENIN THEY NEEDED THE MONEY. THEY WOULD EARN , SPEND AS MUCH AS MEN DID.


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Women became most independent after World War 1, taking on the "men's roles" but but became more independent again during WW2. Some main roles of women before WW2 are nurses, shop assistants and typists.



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