Women Fighting in WWII

By Reena Gutman and Melissa Dreyer

Introduction

While many men were fighting in WWII some women stayed and helped at home, but some women decided to go and fight in the War.

outline

  1. flags

    1. German

    2. U.S

    3. Japan

    4. Britain

  2. clothing

    1. Army

    2. pilot

    3. nurse

  3. fighting

    1. helping win

    2. helped kill people

    3. flow planes

  4. nurses

    1. Alice Kennedy

    2. Sarah Kinno

    3. , Ellen Campbell

  5. discrimination

    1. gender

    2. fighting

    3. not strong


  1. Weapons

    1. AA gun

    2. Tanks

    3. Planes

Hero

We think that a hero is created when certain circumstances occur. The women who fought in WWII were heroes in this circumstance. One woman who brought this out was Barbara Lauwers who was a propaganda warrior. We think this because she had a mission that successfully that 600 troops that were in the Germans side, withdrew from the Germans. She earned a bronze medal from this mission.

Work cited

"Women In Military Service For America Memorial." Women In Military Service For America Memorial. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Mar. 2014.


"A Look Back … Barbara Lauwers: Deceiving the Enemy." Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, 30 Apr. 2013. Web. 04 Mar. 2014.


N.d. Photograph. Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, 30 Apr. 2013. Web. 04 Mar. 2014.


N.d. Photograph. N.p.


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nurse by Mel&Reen

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Sign to make people to go to the war by Mel&Reen

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UNIFORM by Mel&Reen

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Discrimination by Mel&Reen