Doubled Victory STORY OF WOMEN AND NATIVE AMERICAN DURING THE WORLD WAR

What were some similarities they share?

World War two gave them the opportunity to prove their capacity and improving theirs status in society

Both played an important role at supporting the war effort of United state during the world war two.

On the Home Front, they were served in the defense industry for war supplies

They also were served as a member of the military in the Battle Front

And the differences they had from each other

  • Majority of women work in traditionally female occupation, like the service sector.
  • Native american in the U.S marine acted as transmitter of secret tatieal message
  • Women needed to work a double shift

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SLOGANS FOR WOMEN AND NATIVE AMERICANS

Break the stereotype!

Women In the Community

How were they treated?

  • During World War II, women were treated unfairly, they were not allow to fight in most case and they work in poorly paid jobs

How did they respond to such treatment?

  • Rosie the Riveter is used as a symbol of feminism and women's economic power
  • Women workers resorted to agitating to fight for equal pay

Did they contribute anything to the cause of the war (WWII)?

  • Women were brought into the factory to produce material for the war
  • About 350,000 women served in the U.S Armed Forces during WWII

What is your analysis? Opinion? Reaction to the actions taken by each community?

  • I think women are involve of the war helped break the stereotypes of what women can do and should do. By attending to work and leaving the house is going against male supremacy.

Story of Native American During the world war two

How were they treated?

  • Life during the reservation era was difficult due to the lack of opportunity for economic employment and they were also facing discrimination from native born american

How did they respond to such treatment?

  • Regard of these treatment, they volunteered to serve during the World War II as an opportunity for progress.

Did they contribute anything to the cause of the war(WWII)?

  • The Navajo Code Talker played a role as code transmitter during the World War II. Which led to the German had failed to learned the language to decoded confidential information.

Analysis, Opinion, Reaction to the actions(s) taken by the community.

  • Before the world war begun, there were strong discrimination against Native American, which had eventually led to the lack of opportunity was provided for them to strive for economic and status improvement. Nonetheless, the World War has become the opportunity for them to reveal themselves as a part of the community.

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