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Conserve Their Effects On The War Effort

- Conserve More to Make an Impact on the War Effort Imagine the horror to find one day, due to your lack of conserving used cooking fats and bones, the country loses multiple soldiers and a war as well. During World War 1, the Bone and Fat Bucket advertisement was published to help produce more munitions for the war. As we go on in further years to World War 2, the “Sulfa, Please!” ad was published aiming more toward emotions, to save more lives by increasing the number of drugs needed in war. The advertisements are related in logical ways, but the Bone and Fat Bucket ad was more diverse when it comes to their audience, and when observing the style....   [tags: World War II, World War I, Emotion, Advertising]

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Above and Beyond Nursing : The Contributions of Women to the War Effort

- The first war contributions of women were as “Nursing Sisters”, who went overseas to care for the sick and wounded in times of conflict. However, it was during World War One that the roles of women in wars began to expand. Most Canadian women stayed on the home front to join the land army, work at munitions factories or support the war in their free time. Canadian women greatly contributed to the war efforts beyond just the role of nursing. A great example of this includes, but is not limited to, their involvement in the farming industry....   [tags: nursing, farming, workforce, factories]

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Causes of Australian Women during World War 2

- Causes of Australian Women in WW2 Why were woman needed in the war effort. In the year of 1939, Australia had joined the war effort. In this year Poland had been invaded by Hitler resulting in Britain declaring war on Germany. This declaration initially meant that Australia would be called to support Britain. Many Australian men enlisted in the armed forces leaving predominately women on the home front. This movement initially affected the Australian home front where the labour force had predominately consisted of men....   [tags: joining the war effort]

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Women Were Not The Only Factors That Helped Aid The War Effort

- Women were not the only factors that helped aid the war effort. There were also the fact of slaves/freed men, and the children that also played a part in the success of the war. There a lot of the African Americans that for the most part kept away from the public eye, just trying to remain alive during this very hard time within America’s history. Many African American women were afraid of being kidnapped by southern soldiers, whether they were free or slaves by another. Many of the African American men and children also tried their hardest to stay out of site like I had previously stated about women....   [tags: African American, Black people, American Civil War]

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The Contribution of Women's Work to the War Effort

- The Contribution of Women's Work to the War Effort Women’s work at home contributed to the war effort, in many ways, but they were also under a lot of pressure and stress, due to their husband’s absence, as they had been sent to fight in the war. The women had to play the man’s and women’s role at home and in society. Their contribution to the war effort was partly their responsibility to keep their houses and families safe. Women had to deal with war time shortages by a method that was introduced to them in January 1940, which was known as ‘rationing’....   [tags: Papers]

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Hammersmith and Fulham's Contribution to the War Effort

- Hammersmith and Fulham's Contribution to the War Effort During the Second World War, the area of Hammersmith and Fulham contributed in many different ways to the war effort. Source A, which is a newspaper article, tells us about one particular way in which Hammersmith helped towards the war effort. In the article it states that in Hammersmith there was a large collection of a range of different paper including cardboard, books and pawn tickets. The council asked the public to collect paper to recycle and use for munitions....   [tags: Papers]

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Women and the War Effort in Britain, 1914-1918

- Women and the War Effort in Britain, 1914-1918 1. The two sources, D and G, show many differences. Source D is written by a man many years later than the period we are talking about. This is not first hand evidence. He may have gathered his information from accounts written at the time but he could have changed it to suit the angle from which he is writing. Also, he was a historian writing a broad outline about historical events and so was not specialist on women's rights which meant his work on this topic would be brief and maybe even superficial....   [tags: Papers]

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How Canada Was Essential to Britain's War Effort

- Introduction The Second World War began in September 1st 1939 after Germany invaded Poland (Bercuson 152). As a result Britain and France declared war on Germany two days later. Canada which had been an ally of Britain was also not left behind. Seven days after the German invasion, her parliament also declared war on Germany, the first war the country had ever participated in after becoming an independent state (Byers 12). This marked the beginning of Canada involvement in the most brutal war ever recorded in history....   [tags: British History ]

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Women's Contribution to the War Effort and Their Gain in Voting Rights

- Women's Contribution to the War Effort and Their Gain in Voting Rights Women over 30 gained the vote in 1918. There were a number of reasons for this but mainly because of women's contribution to the war effort. I will be looking at these different reasons and writing about how everything came together for the vote for women. I will start by looking at what the women did in the war. Women were pleased by the outbreak of the war because this meant they could prove themselves and even get suffrage at the end of it all....   [tags: Papers]

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Women’s Contribution to the War Effort and Its Effects

- Women’s Contribution to the War Effort and Its Effects I agree that the main reason women over 30 got the vote in 1918 was because of their contribution to the war however I think there were many other reasons as well. Women helped a lot in the war effort in the First World War and this played a big part in why women over 30 got the vote in 1918. When war broke out in 1914 the Pankhursts called an end to the Suffragette campaign and urged all their members and supporters to help with the war effort....   [tags: Papers]

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