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WW II: Women Working
Click on the links below to go to the Flickr page for each photograph.
|Flickr||In 1941, the United States went to war.|
|Flickr||Many American men went overseas to fight.|
|Flickr||Many American women went to work in factories.|
|Flickr||They built planes.|
|Flickr||They used powerful hand tools.|
|Flickr||They worked on the smallest details.|
|Flickr||They worked on huge machines.|
|Flickr||Some women wore uniforms.|
|Flickr||Some women wore pants and bandannas.|
|Flickr||This welder wore a mask and heavy gloves.|
|Flickr||This woman operated a lathe.|
|Flickr||This woman painted airplane wings.|
|Flickr||This woman was a mechanic.|
|Flickr||Some workers handled delicate electronics.|
|Flickr||These workers ate lunch together.|
|Flickr||Factory work was hard but important.|
|Flickr||During World War II, many women served the war effort.|
|Flickr||All the photos in this book are from the Library of Congress.|