Women in WW1

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by 16BERGEN29
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Social Studies
Subject:
World War I

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Women in WW1

THE ROLE OF THE AVERAGE WOMAN IN WORLD WAR I

Women would do alot of cleaning and clothes making for the soldiers. While men were at war, the women became more involved in their homes and did many of the labor work which included cooking, cleaning, gardening, and other household chores. Women took care of multiple children in a single household.

Group of Woman working

Women shown above were making uniforms for the soliders.

Women serving in France as phone operators. Some women had direct access to the genreal on the battlefield. These work stations were often cramped and the women had very few break oppurtunities because they were overwhelmed with phone calls.

Women nurses showed above were stationed in France. Woman took the responsibility to care for the wounded soliders in battle. Men would overflow into hospitals and some women were ordered to take the soldiers back to their own houses.

Dash Coyle Section 2 12/11/14


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