Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II

Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
Oveta Culp Hobby and Women in World War II
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Before World War II women's service in the military had been limited, but in 1942 President Roosevelt realized it would help to have women actively engaged in the army. In this lesson students will discover, by analyzing a first day cover (envelope with commemorative stamp, appropriate postmark and artwork), and a variety of quotes, how Oveta Culp Hobby's voice and vision became a reality in the Women's Army Corp. How would being Director of the WAC, prepare her to be Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare? What role do women take in the military today in the war on terrorism?
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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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