In 1914 14,000 men worked at the Woolwich Arsenal munitions factory, in 1916 when the war started 100,000 people worked there.
After the war had finished the women were a bit disappointed because they had to go back to their old jobs and they didn't earn as much money and they were used to earning more money, but when the typewriter was invented jobs as secretaries were available which women could take and some women became teachers... Showed first 250 characters
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Women were now aloud to vote and the first female MP came.
Girls were taught the same subjects as boys except girls were taught other subjects like Housewifery, laundry and childcare.
The women started to wear different clothes, they wouldn't wear corsets any more, the would just wear tight cloths and shorter dresses so they could dance easier because they danced differently, they swung about more and moved there legs more... Showed next 250 characters
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The Odyssey 5
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