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Women's Roles During The War (WWII)

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During the war a number of women's auxiliary services were formed. This meant that they were not yet part of the existing Army due to women values, militaries such as the Navy or Airforce units were additional or supplementary to them, having to substitute with minor roles. This body was formed in February 1941 to replace male telegraphy operators to release for service overseas works. Although no air Force jobs were open to women, minor roles have taken action because women could not actually fly aeroplanes in combat, most males had still continued the service. Many WAAF members were engaged in skilled technical work, communications, signals, mechanics, most worked in traditional female roles especially cooking as it had played a huge role
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