Wwii Impact on Women
The Impact WW2 had on Women
During WW2 the presence of men at home was to a bare minimum. The impact this had on women was felt throughout the nation. How women would be looked at would be changed forever. They had to uphold various positions that were usually held by men and reevaluate their roles as homemakers. Their lives at home had changed; they were no longer the primary care giver. They also joined different parts of the military. Due to men being away at war during WW2 women were forced to participate in the workforce, which would change their view of their position in society.
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Therefore based on these facts it is obvious that WW2 did have an impact on women’s part in the workforce and their desire to continue to stay there. WW2 obviously also had an impact on the change of the Home front and how families would be changed from a household with one working parent to two working parents. It also shows that the presence of a woman’s role in the armed forces would then and always will be needed. This war gave women the courage and strength to become more independent and feel that they can do the job that a man can do. It is obvious that WW2 impacted the United States in how we see the workforce today.