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Women in WWII ~ Row of female factory workers assembling machine parts in an American factory during World War II (1939-1945), United States ~ Getty Images ~ BFD

Women in WWII ~ Row of female factory workers assembling machine parts in an American factory during World War II (1939-1945), United States ~ Getty Images ~ BFD

True Rosie the Riveter photo: WWII homefront, 1940s, 3 girls ready to work #2271

True Rosie the Riveter photo: WWII homefront, 1940s, 3 girls ready to work #2271

"Chippers." Women War Workers of Marinship Corp, 1942. - WWII propaganda photo, women war workers, shipyard, shipbuilding

"Chippers." Women War Workers of Marinship Corp, 1942. - WWII propaganda photo, women war workers, shipyard, shipbuilding

Telephone Operators, 1940s Didn't look much different when I worked as an operator in 1972. Headsets n cords..

Telephone Operators, 1940s Didn't look much different when I worked as an operator in 1972. Headsets n cords..

Women workers in Bloomington, Indiana, in the 1940's doing their part for the war effort. Monroe County Historical Society

Women workers in Bloomington, Indiana, in the 1940's doing their part for the war effort. Monroe County Historical Society

"This woman's son had to have his leg amputated because she wouldn't pay for his medical care. She was so desperate for money she committed forgery and perjury. But to no avail. She spent her life in squalor, filthy dresses, and eating nothing but irregular graham crackers to save money. She was Hetty Green, the Witch of Wall Street, with a fortune estimated at 17 BILLION (modern)  dollars at the time of her death. Her daughter later donated most of the fortune to charity."

"This woman's son had to have his leg amputated because she wouldn't pay for his medical care. She was so desperate for money she committed forgery and perjury. But to no avail. She spent her life in squalor, filthy dresses, and eating nothing but irregular graham crackers to save money. She was Hetty Green, the Witch of Wall Street, with a fortune estimated at 17 BILLION (modern) dollars at the time of her death. Her daughter later donated most of the fortune to charity."

Heres something you dont see in history books. Brave women of the Red Cross hitting the beach at Normandy.

Heres something you dont see in history books. Brave women of the Red Cross hitting the beach at Normandy.

1940s factory workers

1940s factory workers

1940S Workers Blueprints Industry Women Woman Wartime Worker Wwii Factory

1940S Workers Blueprints Industry Women Woman Wartime Worker Wwii Factory

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