How They Saw Us: Women at War

How They Saw Us: Women at War

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This 1942 British film, Women at War, contrasts sharply with similar Canadian productions. It accepts women's direct participation in the war effort as a natural outgrowth of their peacetime occupations.

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How They Saw Us: Women at War, Ann Pearson, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Ann Pearson
  • producer
    Yuki Yoshida
  • executive producer
    Kathleen Shannon
  • script
    Mary Welsh
  • editing
    Louise Birt
  • narrator
    Janet Murrow
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