American women at work in factories during World War 2 producing war materials in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
United States women participating in war work in United States. Women work in essential non industrial jobs. The United States Employment Service recruits women for war jobs. Free training courses for women. They attend lectures and learn about their jobs with the help of models. A man explains how to weld to the women workers. Women welders seen wearing protective helmets and welding. They work on machines. An aircraft takes off. A woman directs the take off. They are engaged in the airplane and railroad maintenance, bus driving and farming. Women activities during World War I. Women engaged in farming, railroad maintenance and military service. Yoemanettes are inspected and reviewed by Secretary Josephus Daniels Under-Secretary Franklin Roosevelt.
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