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A general view of a Women's War Display at the Women's War Work Exhibition at Whitechapel. Photographs line the wall and flags and candles decorate the display. Horace Nicholls. 1918. IWM Q 31113

A general view of a Women's War Display at the Women's War Work Exhibition at Whitechapel. Photographs line the wall and flags and candles decorate the display. IWM Q 31113

Women's War Work Exhibition, Whitechapel: Hospital Section Exhibits. 1918?. Horace Nicholls. IWM Q 31112

Women's War Work Exhibition, Whitechapel: Hospital Section Exhibits. IWM Q 31112

Women's Work: On Munitions - Heavy Work (Drilling and Casting) circa 1917 by Archibald Standish Hartrick 1864-1950

At Manchester Art Gallery: The Sensory War 1914-2014

Women's Work: On Munitions - Heavy Work (Drilling and Casting) circa 1917 by Archibald Standish Hartrick

1939-1945 Women at work, drilling and reaming aircraft wing spar fittings for Blackburn Aircraft, Olympia Works, Leeds.

Women at work, drilling and reaming aircraft wing spar fittings for Blackburn Aircraft, Olympia Works, Leeds. Many evacuated Guernsey women in Yorkshire, Cheshire and Lancashire worked in such factories ~

Women's War Work Exhibition, Whitechapel: a model of Land Army girls ploughing. 1918. Horace Nicholls. IWM Q 31114.

Women's War Work Exhibition, Whitechapel: a model of Land Army girls ploughing. IWM Q

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.

'Women's Work: On Munitions - Heavy Work (Drilling and Casting)', Archibald Standish Hartrick | Tate

Artwork details Artist Archibald Standish Hartrick Title Women’s Work: On Munitions - Skilled Work From The Great War: Britain's Efforts and Ideals Date Medium Lithograph on paper Dimensions Image: 464 x 360 mm

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

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

A woman munitions worker welds at a work bench in an armaments factory, (Photo by Hulton Archive) (vintage everyday)

WOMEN'S WAR WORK EXHIBITION WHITECHAPEL: A model of girls working on aeroplane fabrics. 1918 (Q 31115) Horace Nicholls.

Q Women's War Work Exhibition Whitechapel: a model of girls working on aeroplane fabrics.

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