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14 July, 20:33

One political effect on women in ww1

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  1. 14 July, 21:08
    Women filled jobs left behind by men at war.


    With most men gone at war, or doing some kind of military service, women were left at home to fill the empty jobs. Women learned new skills and independence, doing work with heavy industry, munitions, and police work.
  2. 14 July, 21:37
    Employment. According to Lesley Hall, an historian and research fellow at the Wellcome Library, "the biggest changes brought by the war were women moving into work, taking up jobs that men had left because they had been called up." Between 1914 and 1918, an estimated two million women replaced men in employment.
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