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Women In World War 2
Transcript of Women In World War 2
Japanese women look for possible flaws in the empty shells in a factory in Japan, on September 30, 1941. Life magazine photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White wears high-altitude flying gear in front of an Allied Flying Fortress airplane during a World War II assignment in February 1943. German Women The women were supposed to be good wives and have more babies for the Third Reich Drove trucks, repaired planes, laboratory technicians, rigged parachutes Radio operators, analyzed photos, flew aircrafts across the country Test-flew new repaired planes and trained aircraft artillery gunners by being flying targets The German Aviatrix, Captain Hanna Reitsch, shakes hands with German chancellor Adolf Hitler after being awarded the Iron Cross second class at the Reich Chancellory in Berlin, Germany, in April 1941, for her service in the development of airplane armament instruments during World War II. Women in World War II played an important role that affects our lives to this day