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Why Were Women Treated Differently Than Men?

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Women were treated differently than men because most women were not skilled and thus, men had to do jobs that needed skilled labour. During the pre-war times, nobody believed in women and their capabilities and this meant they were to be treated differently. This changed after the World War 2 due to their participation in the war, although not as fighters but by doing other duties to the service of men.
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