Elizabeth Plancher's Benefits After World War II

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Elizabeth Plancher, was really hoping to get the benefits after the World War II along with other women.Mrs. Plancher was a strong-willed woman, dedicated to her goals. She was waiting for this day to happen and it did finally making many women happy. The bill was introduced in May, 1941. At first it failed to receive consideration but General helped to get the bill through the congress. After all the paper work, “auditions” were passed. Applicants had to be between 20-40. Elizabeth was 22 at that time. Only 1,000 women were accepted into the special Women's Army Auxiliary Corps ( WAAC). She was trained for a couple of months. After training many women were sent to work as file clerks, typists, stenographers. Mrs. Plancher was not in any of
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