women were mianly nurses during the wars.
During World War 2, women were involved in war work and as members of the military.
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.
No only 35% of available women
Yes there were women doctors in the civil war. (Man you need to read more.)
The women worked farms and factories because the men were in the services fighting the war
Most of the men were fighting the war, so they had to be replaced by women workers
Women who went to work in factories
They were expected to work in factory jobs.
women took over a lot of the work during war time
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.
Much of the reason stemmed from the work women did during World War 1.
women who didn't want to go to war but wanted to help out in some way
During world war 2, there were about 25 % to 30 % of women who worked outside the house at paying jobs. More married women, more mothers, and more minority women found jobs than had before the war.
They did work. They took over all the mens jobs as they had to go to war. many women would be trained up as nurses and help the injured soldiers at war
Because most of the men were at the front. The jobs they left were filled by women.
the most important job done by the women during the war was to work in the munitions factory
During the American Civil War, about 2,000 women volunteered as nurses. Two nurses who are known for their work as nurses and leaders were Dorothea Dix and Abigail Hopper Gibbons.
they wanted women to work in factories because all the men was out fighting and the women had to help bring Britain into top condion
Frankly, they worked because the men were fighting the war and the positions needed to be filled. Women wanted to work and many were already working... so why not let them?
they worked in factories because since most of the men were fighting in the war..there was nobody to work besides women
factory work, secretaries,they had to do whatever there hubands did
Because most of the men were in the military services
They were called Rosie the Ribbeters