And We Knew How to Dance

And We Knew How to Dance

Women in World War I

DVD - 2010
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Twelve Canadian women recall their entry into what had formerly been the "man's world" of munitions factories and farm labour during the manpower shortages of World War I. The video suggests that the 40,000 women who went to work, with no daycare or special accommodations, helped to lead the way to such momentous post-war social changes as voting rights and expanded employment opportunities.
Publisher: [Montréal] : National Film Board of Canada, ©2010.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (56 min.) :,sound, color, with black and white sequences ;,12 cm
Alternative Title: Women in World War I [dvd]


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