Dating during 1940

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Women's clothes of the 1940s were typically modeled after the utility clothes produced during war rationing.

Image courtesy of Valerie Mendes and Amy de la Haye.

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World War I, women suffrage, mass production, and economic prosperity are among the most remarkable events which cause great worldwide disorder yet through them, human beings discovered the capacity to transform in character and hope to impact progress either by individual or collective means.

In the past, even dating to the most ancient of ages, woman had constantly been perceived as a man’s unequal counterpart or more specifically, the type whose strengths and potentials were often underestimated compared with those of the dominant male opposite.

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