Why Germany, Why?
By: Madison Reeves
Who? What? When? Where? How?
US Portray of WWII
Germany Portray on WWII
In a way i think he is wrong about the word Nazi. We do not use it as a definition for Germany. We can not punish a whole country for one mans mistakes. It was an event not a lifetime.
"Feminism is the belief that women have the same rights as men and should be treated accordingly. Organized feminism fell silent during the Great Depression of the 1930's. Working women were seen as taking what few jobs there were away from men who were the rightful breadwinners. In the 1940's, patriotism kept women away from feminist meeting halls. However, American’s involvement in World War II marked a sea change in women’s roles. They may not have realized it at the time, but women of the 1940s were planting seeds for the rebirth of feminism."-Dee Shneiderman
Feminism was big during the war. women had to watch there husbands leave and never some back. we had no say on voting for what the next step should be for the war. We did as much as we could, so we became nurses. We didn't inter the war but we did as much as we were allow to do.