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World War I, munitions factory workers in England

World War I, munitions factory workers in England -- "Young Women and Old Men" - the young men were off being slaughtered.

World War I - American prisoners of war and victims of German gas attacks. The eyes are bandaged due to medical reasons.

World War I. American prisoners of war and victims of German gas attacks. The eyes are bandaged due to medical reasons.

Life on the Home Front: Extraordinary images depict women working in mills and factories during the First World War

Women on the Home Front: Extraordinary images from the First World War

Life on the Home Front: Extraordinary images depict women working in mills and factories during the First World War. When the men came home the jobs had to be given back to them and the women went home.

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Women Navvies pushing loaded wheel barrows in Coventry during World War I, circa

14 Striking Photos Of Women At Work During The First World War

14 Striking Photos Of Women At Work During The First World War

14 Striking Photos Of Women At Work During The First World War - Mine priming

WW1 Bamforth Postcard 1914 18 Suffragette WOMEN MUNITIONS WORKER

WW1 Bamforth Postcard 1914 18 Suffragette WOMEN MUNITIONS WORKER

Crónica gráfica de la Primera Guerra Mundial - 27617 - Obesia

During World War I the United Kingdom called upon its female population to join the workforce. With a majority of men being deployed and a d.

J A Prestwich Factory - Tottenham - Munitions Workers 1914

J A Prestwich Factory - Tottenham - Munitions Workers 1914

British Female Munitions Worker, via Flickr.

Local Accession Number: PC 88 Description: Postcard depicting a Blue Belle Munitionière. Photographer: Unknown Source: Collection of Anna Nevins Size: Medium: Print, Color Date: c.

How the first world war changed north-west England – in pictures

How the first world war changed north-west England – in pictures

Who doesn't love a tea break? A tea break for the workers of the British Oil Cake Company, Manchester, WWI

Chilwell munitions factory, WW1 "Canary Girls"

Chilwell munitions factory, WW1

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WWI American Red Cross nurse 1917

A World War I era American Red Cross nurse knitting - 1917

Female workers in the Quick Firing Cartridge Factory at the Royal Arsenal Woolwich Arsenal, London May 1918. Huge numbers worked at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich during the war; 63,940 were employed just before the Armistice, of which 24,360 or 38 percent were women.

Female workers in the Quick Firing Cartridge Factory at the Royal Arsenal Woolwich Arsenal, London May Huge numbers worked at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich during the war; were employed just before the Armistice, of which or 38 percent were women.

the women of France

the women of France

factory workers

Female workers hold a sheet of glass in position in a Lancashire factory during the First World War. 1914 Photographer Lewis G P

© IWM (Q 20075). IWM caption 'Female workers feeding the furnaces with wood debris at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding yard, Elswick, Newcastle' in collection THE SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

Q Female workers feeding the furnaces with wood debris at Sir W. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding yard Elswick Newcastle.