during the war women did "mens jobs"
so many men were away fighting in the war that there weren't enough people to do the vital jobs, the jobs were opened up to women - women were happy to take them eve though not many were given them, they proved that they could work just as hard as men
women worked as bus conductors, drivers, posters, farm labours ad coal delivers, they were vital jobs to keep the country going
they also worked in the munitions factories and engineering workshops which was the most important, the wor was very technical and was directly related to the war effort
women joined women's branches of the armed forces and worked as nurses in military hosps.
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