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Women & Work

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Due to the imminence, and ultimately, advent of the first World War, a colossal amount of women began to employ the labor force in a myriad of countries  (approximately 1/3 of the labor force). This rapid change in occupancy of labor and vocational titles inevitably led to a European suffragist movement in Britain, Germany and a number of other countries (The West: A Narrative History Volume II, Frankforter & Spellman, 2004, 2009).

The following video is simply visual form of education, vying to inform the masses, media, women & men about the dangers that present themselves to women in the working milieu.

[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puq-X710o9Y]