The First World War is often described as the first “modern” war. The term generally refers to mechanized warfare in the form of tanks and airplanes; terrorizing civilian populations as an act of war; and the mobilization of society as a whole. But it could also apply to the new roles of women in their…

via Not Every Woman Who Served With the U.S. Military During World War I Got the Same Treatment. Here’s Why — TIME

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