Problems Facing America’s Working Women in WW2
Today I’m a guest of author Suzanne Adair on Relevant History, where I describe some of the lesser known hardships faced by American women who flooded into the workplace during World War II. These went beyond scarcity of hosiery and unavailability of new girdles. (If you can imagine not wearing a girdle being a hardship.)
Stop by. There’s a book giveaway. While you’re there, have a look at Suzanne’s historical mysteries, including her Michael Stoddard series featuring a young redcoat officer during the American Revolution.
Posted on April 12, 2016, in History and tagged 1940s, American home front, American women, Greatest Generation, M. Ruth Myers, Maggie Sullivan mysteries, QmBXqR4C3Zv9Rb2kSt8jC9e8QUU, WW2. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.