The Richmond Rosies

This film explores five women who became Rosies during WWII at the world's largest shipyard.

Directed by Ken Stewart Produced by Ken Stewart History - United States / Military / Nonfiction / Women's Interest English 44m Sell Sheet
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1 Video DVD w/Public Performance rights Tue Aug 09 00:00:00 UTC 2016 199.99 199.99 857326006373P Add to Cart
1 Video DVD Tue Aug 09 00:00:00 UTC 2016 19.99 19.99 857326006373 Add to Cart
									These women were part of the vanguard of women during WWII who left their homes to take jobs that were once the exclusive domain of men. From 1942 to 1945, they helped build 747 Victory and Liberty ships at the Kaiser Shipyards in Richmond, CA, the largest shipyard in the world at that time. The 5 women in this film became electricians, pipe welders, certified journeyman welders, and draftswomen. By the end of the war, women made up 60% of Kaiser’s workforce. This film was made to honor the American women who helped to win a victory for their country as well as themselves. They helped give birth to a new, and very independent, American woman.