Role of Women in Nazi Society and the French Revolution
In Nazi Society: Women were encouraged for the creation of large families and to leave the workforce. They were awarded with a gold for giving birth to eight or more children, silver for six, and bronze for giving birth to four children.
In French Revolution: Women's clubs were banned and the movement was crushed by the assembly. A militant group on the far left, the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women demanded a law in 1793 that would compel all women to wear the tricolour cockade to demonstrate their loyalty to the Republic. It supported the Jacobins, staged demonstrations in the National Assembly and took part in the October 1789 March to Versailles.