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These are the stories of female trailblazers who fought for and won many of the rights we take for granted today. They protested against the harsh working conditions of the Industrial Revolution and struggled for the right to vote. They stepped forward to take on jobs previously seen as “men-only” in World War II and stood up for equal rights and equal pay in the 1960s. They helped change society's image of women forever.
From the mid-18th century, new machines powered by steam and coal began to produce goods on a massive scale. This was known as the Industrial Revolution.
In the 1960s, a woman’s place was seen as being in the home. She even found it hard to make a big purchase if a man wasn’t with her. African-American women ...
More than 75 million people fought in World War II – nearly all of them men. Who was going to produce the weapons and the food, and do countless other vital ...
Women used to have few rights. All the important decisions in their lives were made by men. They could not vote and give their opinion on who should run the ...
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