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THE WAR INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918 A female worker carries a sack of coke up a flight of stairs at the London gas works during the First World War.

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A female worker operating a bolt tapping machine in the works of the Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson ...

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A female worker operating a capstan lathe at one of the Tyne shipbuilding yards, Newcastle.

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A female worker feeding the furnaces with wood debris at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company ...

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Female workers assembling light fittings at the W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding yard, ...

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A female worker operating a lathe at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding yard, Elswick, ...

THE WAR INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Workers at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding yard, Elswick, Newcastle.

IWM caption 'Female workers carrying timber at a

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Female workers feeding the furnaces with wood debris at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company ...

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A female worker operating a nut tapering machine at Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth and Company shipbuilding ...

THE WAR INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Female workers sewing canvas covers on pipes between the decks of a ship in a shipbuilding yard.

Two women munitions workers stand beside examples of the shells produced at National Shell Filling Factory

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Workers removing bilge blocks in preparation for the launch of a Standard ship at a shipyard in Sunderland.

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 Female workers splicing cargo netting in a naval rope workshop in a shipbuilding yard.

Incredible photos from WW1 reveal the backbreaking and often dangerous work taken on by British women.

A sign chalked on the front of a shop in the east end of London assures

Italian female worker employed by the British Army in Italy.

The Shipbuilding Industry in Britain, 1914-1918 A young woman and an old man work together to sew the canvas which covers pipes between the decks of a ship ...

What did women do on the home front in the war?

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Women in World War I

Three female munitions workers stand in front of 15-inch high explosive shells at the

The Employment of Women in Britain, 1914-1918 A female tram driver, wearing a beret and uniform coat of the London Corporation Transport, at the controls, ...

First World War munitions factory worker

The 1915 Glasgow rent strike

Propaganda poster By Huskell Cottin, World War I

First Worls War women firefighters

Changing lives: gender expectations and roles during and after World War One

Women Munition Workers (1914-1918). British Pathé

Women in World War I

Women and Fashion 1919

Munitions production on the home front

WWI, 9 July 1917; British Women Munition Workers at a Factory. 'This fine Scottish lassie bears on her right arm a series of emblems in honour of her ...

Inside the brothels that served the Western Front: How one First World War soldier found love in the arms of a French sweetheart

First World War factory women

A woman conductor on a London bus.

"Weapons For Liberty. USA Bonds. Third Liberty Loan Campaign. Boy Scouts of

A munitions worker

A special place for women in the Great War?

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Weomn's Army Auxiliary Corps First World War

Female munitions workers at the new gun factory, 1918

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... posters urging women to enter the munitions industry. This poster portrays a good looking and happy woman munitions worker, reassuring other women that ...

David McLellan - Interior of a ward on a British Ambulance Train in France during World War I. During the twentieth century, women ...

Inspection Of Women War Workers (1914-1918). British Pathé

Women in World War I

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Unloading artillery ammunition, 1918

American wartime posters encouraging food conservation. Click images for more information.

Race, racism and military strategy

Photograph of two anonymous munitions workers at Gretna. Courtesy of The Devil's

A British munitions worker makes shells for the soldiers fighting at the front during WW1

The interior view of a munitions factory showing the production of 15 inch shells by women

Former textile mills became munitions factories

Women Gas Work Workers (1914-1918). British Pathé

Women's work?

As the main historian of women's work, Gail Braybon, claims, for many women the war was “a genuinely liberating experience” (link) that made them feel ...

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Munitionettes: 950,000 female workers were employed in British factories, including this worker, pictured

Women campaigning against the Unemployment Insurance Act in 1920 because the act provided for lower rates of unemployment benefit for women and women were ...

Image of Women grooving shells at the Mons factory (National Records of Scotland reference:

The Sphere | 19 June 1915

File:Relative Wages in Germany by Industry, Compared with the National Average, 1914

Women in World War II

By 1943 the war was being fought on several fronts, including the front yard (

In Britain, women were essential to the war effort, in both civilian and military roles. The contribution by civilian men and women to the British war ...

War Against War: The American Fight for Peace, 1914-1918

We must assume single women ...

A German munitions factory during World War 1

Female workers ...

Lieutenant Morgan takes a photograph of his sweetheart

World War I 19141918 Members of the British Women's Volunteer Reserve carrying out a practice fire

Do you remember when WWI took place? A quarter of Brits have no idea

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A group of female munitions workers use primitive remote handling equipment to work with TNT explosives

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The women workers of WWI are the definition of empowerment. A woman delivers coal in France.

One immediate result of the war's outbreak was the rise in female unemployment, especially among the servants, whose jobs were lost to the middle-classes' ...

Workers at Hampton's Munitions Works, Lambeth, London, 1914-1918. This scene

The Munitionettes 1914 -1918

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Before the First World War all women had been denied the right to vote in General Elections and many women (depending on their marital status and situation) ...

Impressive: Women war workers, including the distinctively white-capped and aproned VAD nurses

War Workers carry on advert OATINE face cream in Punch January 23rd 1918 page viii (

The Impact of the First World War and Its Implications for Europe Today

THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918 (Q 31059) A female worker helping a man roll a barrel of beer at a London brewery. Copyright: © IWM.