ca. 1907-1915 Workers, identified by Prokudin-Gorskii as Greeks, pose while harvesting tea from plants spreading over rolling hills near Chakva, on the east coast of the Black Sea. This region of the Russian Empire, in present day Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, had a significant Greek minority.
A group of women workers at the British Oil Cake Company, Manchester take a tea break. Leisure opportunities such as this for women during working hours became increasingly limited as war progressed and placed a great strain on their endurance. WWI
LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR