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Separate gender roles for men and women existed throughout Europe and North America in the early twentieth century, and many activities were segregated by gender. Although Nazi ideology included a belief in particularly strict and specific gender roles for men and women, the upheavals of World War II and the Holocaust challenged traditional gender roles in a number of different ways.

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