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The victory for the Allies in the second World War II and the V-J, of Victory over Japan on August 14, 1945, changed the working conditions in the United States, especially for women.
World War II allowed many women to get job opportunities like never before. One industry where women started to work was in the military. The transition from home to work was not an easy one for women, basically for two factors. The first one, the challenges to be accepted in the workforce mostly dominated by men. The second one, the lack of childcare during working hours. Nevertheless, after the War, many women were fired. More than sixty percent of hired women were fired to give men the former jobs they had before the war. But women kept on working outside the home, slowly, they were gaining job spaces after the war.
louverture's prominent role in the haitian success over colonialism and slavery had earned him the admiration of friends and detractors alike.
toussaint louverture began his military career as a leader of the 1791 slave rebellion in saint-domingue; he was by then a free man and a jacobin.