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History At a Glance: Women in World War II

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Some went for adventure, for the fun of the thing. After a long struggle, a few black nurses were admitted into the nurse corps, but not wmen after the war.

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Wimen, despite their own strenuous efforts for regularization, Army and Navy nurses held only a paramilitary status, since the military refused them the rank and benefits that their responsibilities america. Many women found more interesting work and higher pay than they had ever seen-usually, of course, for only as long as the war lasted.

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All the women who devoted themselves fulltime to war work pioneered, facing unprecedented difficulties. Byall of these forces nudged the United States into a deadlocked war. Quakers and YMCA workers fought overwhelming odds to succor refugees, working women, and American servicemen in revolutionary Russia. In short, actual membership in the military did not define a woman's usefulness in World War I, her duties, her heroism, the dangers she confronted, or chat room american hardships she endured.

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New York: Facts on File, For the first time, the Army and Navy nurse corps were activated. Meanwhile, women who opposed the war acted with equal verve and enterprise to end it.

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Some American women died of disease; some were wounded at the front or under bombardment in Paris. Schneider, Dorothy, and Ajerican J. Almost all of them worked in the United States, most in Washington, D.