American women working at shipyards and factories in support of the war effort during World War 2
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
United States women participating in war production work during World War 2 in the United States. The United States Employment Service helps find war jobs to women. It also arranges training programs for the women. Women workers in the shipyards repairing the parts of the battleships and making equipment for battleships. Women tighten nuts on ship body with large wrenches. Women tossing rivet materials to other women workers. Women building ships. They are asked why they are doing that work. They respond that their family members are in army and they want to work with them. The United States Employment Service recruits women for the war work. View of offices and clerical workers helping to place workers for the war effort.
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