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Completed - Women were eager to help during WWI and this article details a Suffragette meeting where different options were discussed.
Completed - One thing that was considered women's work during the war was caring for the wounded, here the British Red Cross Society talks about this work.
Completed - The Civil Service Women's Clerks association wanted equal opportunities, something that might be granted 'experimentally' during the war.
Completed - The National Council of Women outline their plans to establish a scheme of bush nursing.
Completed. Even in 1915 thoughts were turning to what would happen to women when the war ended, either they would have lost their 'protector' or be 'thrown out' of a job by a returning soldier. So what were they advised?
Completed - Patriotic fetes meant that sweets were needed, but what to make when sugar was running low?
Completed - A call for women volunteers for war service, who could free up men to go to the Front through their efforts.
Completed - How to knit socks for soldiers, using the least amount of material to make them hardy enough for the war.
Completed - The war meant that there were more opportunities for girls than being a domestic servant, but this meant that those employing servants faced a shortage and that these domestic relationships had to change.
Completed - This story, of a mother who sent her husband and sons off to war was used to illustrate what a noble sacrifice women could make.
An article from the 'Women's Department' section of the Queenslander in 1916.