|LC Classifications||HC108.P7 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p.l., 394 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||394|
|LC Control Number||46000324|
Men and Women of Wartime Pittsburgh and Environs: A War Production Epic. Pittsburgh: Frank C. Harper, Pittsburgh: Frank C. Harper, Published in the spring of , this heavily illustrated history of Pittsburgh contributions to the American war effort includes profiles of more than companies that helped make Pittsburgh one of. Personnel Records Offer Valuable Insight into Civilian Employees’ Lives Fall , Vol. 48, No. 3 | Genealogy Notes By Cara Moore Enlarge When the U.S. entered a war, the federal government offered women employment opportunities usually reserved for men. These women were welders at the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation of Pascagoula, Mississippi, during World War II. (86 . Women Workers in the Second World War: Production and Patriarchy in Conflict (Routledge Library Editions: Women's History) - Kindle edition by Summerfield, Penny. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Women Workers in the Second World War: Production and Patriarchy in Conflict Cited by: Women in WWII: How Women’s Entry into the Public Sphere Helped Win the War and Influence Gender Workplace Discourse Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War, “The War Department must fully utilize, immediately and effectively, the largest and potentially the finest single source of labor available today—the vast reserve of woman power.”iFile Size: 2MB.
Women came into the workforces in greater numbers than ever before during WWII. With vacancies left by deployed men and new positions created by war production, posters like this iconic “We Can Do It!” urged women to support the war effort by going to work in America’s factories. Poster for Westinghouse, Wikimedia. The large increase in the presence of women in the workforce also meant that those who were mothers had to deal with issues like childcare—finding quality childcare, and dealing with getting the children to and from the "day nursery" before and after work—and were often still primary or solo homemakers, dealing with the same rationing and other issues other women at home faced. OCLC Number: Description: 32 pages 19 cm. Contents: Women as reservoir of labor --Women in manufacturing --Labor requirements for --Steps toward an organized use of women workers in this country --British experience in the use of women workers --Defense vocational training program in the United States --National Youth Administration work projects for girls --Training-within. General Eisenhower once said, “The contribution of the women of America, whether on the farm or in the factory or in uniform, to D-Day was a sine qua non of the invasion effort.” (Ambrose, D-Day, ) Nurses Factory Production Importance of Production Jobs Women could volunteer.
Women Workers in the Second World War: Production and Patriarchy in Conflict Penny Summerfield Croom Helm, Jan 1, - Femmes - Travail - Politique gouvernementale - Grande-Bretagne - Histoire - 20e siècle - pages. How women helped win the Great War. gas masks and other war her book, "Rosie's Mom: Forgotten Women Workers of the . When the U.S. entered the war, the armed services numbered , service members. By the time the war ended, 24 million men had registered and million drafted. Conscription of men changed the role of women in war forever. The changes in gender roles brought on by the war permitted women to step out of their prescribed roles for the first. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.