Women in WWII

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It began with Rosie the Riveter, the iconic image of the young woman in a headscarf and overalls who, along with her real-life contemporaries, stepped onto factory lines across America to produce the machinery of WWII. But it didn't stop there: Army nurses, WAAC's ...for the first time a woman's place became the workplace and the social revolution that demanded career opportunities form women was born.

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