Women in WW2

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[Audio] Women in WW2 Raima Kausar Raina Kausar. Shape, rectangle Description automatically generated.

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[Audio] Introduction, During World War 2, millions of men were being drafted away, young teens started getting married before their husbands were sent away. While men were gone, more than 6 million women filled in their jobs, like fixing cars, working in factories, manufacturing equipment's for the battlefield, etc..

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[Audio] Women in the Millitary, Beginning of December 1941, 350,000 women served in United States Armed Forces Womens Army Auxiliary Corps Women Airforce Service Pilot ( WASP) Women accepted for volunteer Military Service( WAVES) Women also served in the marines and in a branch called SPARS.

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[Audio] WW2 Uniform. Shape, rectangle Description automatically generated.

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[Audio] Red Cross, In the red cross, about 55,000 women volunteered. They were producers and distributors of emergency supplies, such as first aid, clothing, and food..

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[Audio] Rosie the Riveter, Rosie was an icon of World War 2 representing women who worked in factories and shipyard in World War 2, and those who produced war supplies..

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[Audio] Change, In World War 1, women did not have the same roles or rights as they did in World War 2. Women were to be a stay-at-home mother and a wife. Women did not have the same rights as men. World war 2 impacted women by giving them independence, job opportunities, and equality..