US History : WWI Homefront.
By tniarajine, Updated
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Women worked on assembly lines in factories, produced trucks and/or munitions.
Department stores began hiring African Americans to be cafeteria waitresses and/or elevator operators...
Women also volunteered for Red Cross to help soldiers and their families.
The war greatly affected children in school through economic and social changes within the school curriculum.
Many children ended up being raised by single mother because many fathers and brothers entered the war (and more often than not, got maimed or killed)
Woodrow Wilson called on children involved in youth organizations to help collect money for war bonds and stamps in order to raise money for the war effort
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