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Women in the Military Rag Dolls (MO 1945.47.13-16)   Millions of young Americans served in America’s military during World War II. With FDR’s support their ranks included 350,000 women, who served as nurses and in special service branches established throughout the military. In May 1941, Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers of Massachusetts proposed a bill to … Continue reading From the Museum