Women's Roles During Ww2

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Women played an important roles during World War II throughout the world; they gave their time, energy, and some even gave their lives. The War also transformed women's roles in the workplace and society, but for many, it did not last forever. Many had to do work that men did before the war. However, most of the works needed professional and outstanding skills. Nearly 350,000 American women served in uniform, volunteering for numerous reserves and corps. They drove trucks, repaired airplanes, worked as laboratory technicians, served as radio operators, and flew military aircraft across the country. After the war ended, even though majority of women wanted to keep their jobs, many were forced out by men returning home.
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