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Seaforth Highlanders in "one size fits all" kilts! WWI ,Fort George

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UK, WWI: Women workers of a flour mill at Rank & Sons, Birkenhead, Cheshire, happily pose for the camera in 1918. Working in industry could be hard, monotonous and sometimes dangerous, but there was also a strong sense of camaraderie amongst workers. Wartime conditions saw a greater variety of opportunities for women.

The Women War Workers Of The North West

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French soldiers at Paris in 14 July 1917

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willigula: “ Under Allied Flags, a series of covers for Hearst’s Magazine showing women wearing uniforms of the allied nations, 1917 ” time to go shopppinnnngggg

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Under Allied Flags, a series of covers for Hearst’s Magazine showing women wearing uniforms of the allied nations, 1917

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World War 1 Propaganda Posters | Examples of Propaganda from WW1 Page 2

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Flanders WW1 A British tank bogged down in the quagmire of the Ypres battlefield, near St Julien 12th October 1917.

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© IWM (Q 27839) A female worker operates a naval gun rifling machine in the Royal Gun Factory at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, in May 1918.

INDUSTRY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: WOOLWICH ARSENAL

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Canadians Returning from Vimy Ridge, 1917.

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