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

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

World War 1 women: The Canaries were women munitions workers who worked with live shells destined for the trenches. Often working with the chemicals turned their skin yellow. Some canaries were discriminated against, some were even banned from entering shops and cafés. After this photo was taken on 1 July, 1918, 250 workers were killed when eight tons of TNT explosive at the factory blew up – we will remember them

Before disaster struck: Women workers stack live shells destined for the trenches at the huge munitions factory at Chilwell in Nottinghamshire in A few months later, on 1 July, 250 workers were killed when eight tons of TNT explosive at.

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.

Two women munition workers operate a shell case forming machine during World War I at the New Gun Factory of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London.

Gente della Guerra women munition workers operate a shell case forming machine during the First World War at the New Gun Factory of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London. Lewis G P © IWM (Q

INDUSTRY DURING FIRST WORLD WAR CHILWELL (Q 30036)   Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, during the First World War.

Q Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell Nottinghamshire during the First World War. Around 21 August 1917

WW1: Kilt and gas mask: A soldier of the #Royal #Highlanders displays his new piece of kit. This early mask looks scary but protects little; it's missing an effective filter and does not create a real barrier around the face.

Kilt and gas mask: A soldier of the Royal Highlanders displays his new piece of kit. This early mask looks scary but protects little; it's missing an effective filter and does not create a real barrier around the face.

German medic in early-WWI gas mask The first “masks” to protect against the deadly gasses such as chlorine (as they could actual...

German medic in early-WWI gas mask The first “masks” to protect against the deadly gasses such as chlorine (as they could actually result in fatalities, unlike the earliest gasses, which were only.

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