What did each have to do for their jobs? and why were working conditions so unfair and dangerous?
I can't figure this out - some sites tell you that girls would have worn lots of layers - chemise, drawers, stockings, stays, numerous petticoats and a dress etc - but others say that they would have kept it simple and worn maybe a blouse, a tunic and a pinafore? Which is more correct? Oh, and I'm not interested in what rich or posh girls would have worn - they can keep their history to themselves - I'm interested in what working or middle class girls would have worn.
Or is there a way I can do this cheaply, without having to buy a bunch of specialized tools, myself?
What jobs are good for people with no personality?
Its my project to do a poster and am not getting the matter...help me plz..!!!
Everyone says priceless but I want a definite answer
It's for my essay, and i looked it up and all it says is she was a domestic worker, housekeeper, seamstress, and a hospital aide. i can't find any info anywhere about it.
does anyone knoww?
Can anyone tell me what is the job description of the laundry attendant, seamstress, and the clerical staff
No suggestion about whether it was good or bad but.......How many people remember an America when.. ??
People did not have a " world owes me a living " mentality
People would rather be poor and work harder rather than accept the shame & disgrace of being on the government " dole "
The only people who called for society to assure that everyone " spread the wealth " & get their " fair share " of goods & possessions were " pinko-commies "
Men were willing to " dig ditches " and women were willing to " take in laundry " or work as a " seamstress " at entry level jobs and did not think that many jobs were " beneath them " and did not expect to or demand to " start at the top "
People respected the rights, good and property of others and tried to live by " the golden rule " of " do unto others as you would have them do unto you "
People either paid cash or waited until they had saved up enough money to buy most things
Men stood up on a crowded bus to give a lady their seat, children " excused themselves " from the dinner table and people were courteous to each other & said " please " and " thank you " to each other
People had equal rights and equal opportunity but nobody was " entitled " to equal success
" Achievers " or " successful " people were not called " greedy " and you were proud if your son or daughter became a Physician, Stock Broker, Attorney, Clergyman or Banker
People who insisted that they somehow had a right to " enttitlements " guaranteeing them things like health insurance, a free college education, etc. were sent to the hospital for " psychiatric evaluation "
So I've heard a million different contradictory about what jobs I can get in the military being Red-green color blind, and I can't seem to find a list of MOS'S on the Army website, can someone give me a list of them or give me a link to the list on the Army website?
Also, would it be possible to become an officer, because people have told me that I can't...
And one final question, assuming I could become an officer, would it be possible for me to go to Ranger school? I've always wanted to go even if I wasn't placed in the Rangers just so I could say I was there and I did it.
Thank you for your time.
My mom let me put the sewish machine in my room :) but all i have are those crap squares of fabric you get at joannes... but yeah, what can i make with these, what fabrics do i need to make clothing and basicly any other advice?
What are some facts what women did/do during the war?
How did the effect it?
And please just but other random facts.