Women In The War

By: Callie Caress, Lauryn Curl, Saige Broadwell

Women In The War

This box shows how the women helped out in World War Two. Some ways the women took action was making a baseball team, crating victory gardens, working in factories, and helping by flying planes in the war. The women started a baseball team because they wanted to have something fun to do and not always have their mind on war. In some households they had a victory garden which they would plant vegetables and would sometimes send them to soldiers or keep it for themselves. When their husbands went to war their job spots would come open. The women would take the role of their husbands so they could still make money. In the factories the women would make war supplies. Women would also be a part of the war, by flying airplanes in the war. The circumstances made these women a hero. The circumstance made them a hero because if you fight in the war you are a hero and without a war you cannot fight in a war. Helping to give and make supplies for the war can make you a hero by helping. Lastly a hero is someone people look up to and the women's kids could look up to their moms and take action with them.


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Baseball Bat by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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Victory Garden by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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bullet by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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airplane by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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collage for wwii by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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ration card by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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letter by Callie, Lauryn, Saige

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baseball ticket by Callie, Lauryn, Saige