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Rolls for Men and Women

Tanner McCreedy

on 26 April 2010

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Roles by Men and Women in Germany By Men By Women By Both Three words decribed by the three K's (Kinder or children, Kirche or church, and Küche or kitchen.) In 1919 they received the right to vote. Profound changes also were wrought by World War II. A new wave of anti-feminism is taking hold of Germany. Former career women-turned-housewives are spreading the word about a "new femininity" which encourages women to stay at home and embrace motherhood. Women in Germany were always inside and taking care of the family and the kids they always were cleaning the house. Men were always expectied to be the bread winners in the house hold and they were expected to bring in all the food for the house hold. Men Were expected to do all the farming in the house hold. Men were expected to go and fight in the army and to protect their Families. (Who is he.) It is the pictured role for Germany. They both after the women in Germany went on like a strike to be able to vote they finally were able to vote in 1919. That made them more equal. When WW1 came the women in germany had to take the jobs of the men in the country, because the men went to fight in the war. So that let the women in germany had to do there jobs. The women were so-called Trümmerfrauen or (women of the rubble) they had to tended the wounded, buried the dead, salvaged belongings, and began the hard task of rebuilding war-torn Germany by simply clearing away the rubble. They said that women and men in Germany were equel. They really were not. The women had to marry and they really did not have any choice on how to live there life but slowly after time they started to get more freedom. By Tanner M. and Cathy D.
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