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Blue Sky Metropolis

Women’s Work During WWII

During World War II, women were called on to help win the war. By taking part in the workforce (sometimes comprising up to 75 percent of it), women helped supply Americans with the necessary equipment they needed to win this war against fascism. It also served to show that women could also be depended on inside and outside the home.

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