Women In WW2

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by AmandaReneeSayle
Last updated 5 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
World War II
Grade:
1

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Women In WW2

Women In WW2

During WWII, about 350, 000 women were enrolled in the armed forces, and almost half a million women served alongside men in the forces.

Womn would work on the battle field as nurses working with the wounded and dead.

Women were called into the factories to create the weapons that were used on the battlefield.

Women are on the front lines of World War II from day one, like these firefighters trying to contain the blaze during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

U.S. was faced with a severe shortage of pilots,So they trained women to fly military aircraft so male pilots could be released for combat duty overseas.

Men & Women

History

1950

Women in Factories

Pearl Harbor

Women Pilots

Women on the Battle Fields


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