Another blog from early last year that I want to repost to celebrate Women’s History Month.
History books are full of the deeds of men – both good and bad. But what about the women? Surprisingly women have accomplished a great deal that has never really been given the attention it deserves.
Yesterday I wrote about the women who helped break the codes of the Axis forces in World War II. If you did not read that post, I encourage you to do so. I also mentioned a book that gives much more detail about these thousands of women who helped us achieve victory in that war.
While these women were working to help win the war, another woman created a lot of controversy in her lack of support for the war.
Jeannette Rankin was the first woman elected to the United States Congress. She was elected in 1916 four years before the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote.
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