Soviet Women in WWII Essay by The Research Group

Soviet Women in WWII
This paper discusses the contributions on homefront & on battlefield of soviet women during WWII..
# 18880 | 2,025 words | 8 sources | 1991 | US
Published on Feb 24, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , Women Studies (General)

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" It is often said that war is hell. No one knows that better than those who fight and suffer as a result of war. Women in the Soviet Union during WWII not only fought in some instances but also made significant contributions in keeping their homes, families and country together during the war years. Women's contributions ranged from harvesting crops to flying fighter aircraft and shooting down enemy planes. Nothing was too difficult or too demanding during the war years.

Understanding the status of women in the labor force just before war broke out is important. Following the Revolution, women in the 1920s stood to gain as a result of rapid industrial growth and the growing urbanization of the population. Soon the ... "

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