The Women of WWII

During the War, while the Men were away fighting, the majority of Women stayed home and worked. This was the first time that Women were put into the work force in this capacity. Women ran the railroads,the electric companies. They farmed, built the ships, planes, tanks, guns,muntions and war supplies. While still maintaining the household and raising their children.
In 1942, the iconic Rosie the Riviter was intoduced representing all women who worked in factories during the World War II. Today, Rosie the Riveter is commonly used as a symbol of feminism and women's economic power.
On the left side of the design features from bottom to top we have a Nurse, Factory Worker, and a Homemaker. On the right side we have the Canadian Navy, American Army and British Airforce.
The design forms a Big V for Victory!
*This V neck shirt Unisex fit, women may prefer to order one size smaller.

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