What Jobs Did Women Do during World War 2?

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During World War 2, women worked in the war industries, building ships, aircraft, vehicles and weaponry. They also worked in factories, munitions plants and farms and also drove trucks. In addition, they provided logistic support for soldiers and entered professional areas of work that were previously the preserve of men.
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During World War II, women were sent to work. With husbands off fighting in the war, the women had to sustain their livelihood. Furthermore, war equipment companies needed workers
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factory work, secretaries, they had to do whatever there hubands did.
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