St Mary Bourne At War 1914-1918

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WWI, 21 Aug 1918; "Spoils of a French division after the 8th of August" - Excelsior War, Queen, Ww1, Bourne, World War I, Excelsior, World War, Division, Battle
Excelsior : journal illustré quotidien : informations, littérature, sciences, arts, sports, théâtre, élégances
WWI, 21 Aug 1918; "Spoils of a French division after the 8th of August" - Excelsior
British ww1 uniform: the classic uniform consisted of a thick, khaki woolen tunic with multiple pockets; khaki woolen trousers and wool undergarments as well Commonwealth, England, British Uniforms, Wwl, British Soldier, Armies, Army Uniform, World War One, Anzac
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British ww1 uniform: the classic uniform consisted of a thick, khaki woolen tunic with multiple pockets; khaki woolen trousers and wool undergarments as well
an old poster advertising women's land army, and the woman who owns it
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WW1 British poster
British WW1 Propaganda Posters History, Ww2 Propaganda, Military History, Recruitment
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British WW1 Propaganda Posters
a dog standing on top of a pile of rocks next to a sign that says salvage
A war effort poster: “Salvage! Every Little Helps” / Affiche encourageant l’effort de guerre : « Salvage! Every Little Helps » (Récupérez! Chaque petit geste compte!)
A British World War I war effort poster “Salvage! Every Little Helps” #WW1 #propaganda
the kitchen is the victory eat less bread poster with an image of a woman holding a giant wrench
WW 1 poster encouraging the folks back home to eat less bread so that wheat will be available for the troops Over There
a poster with an image of a soldier holding a flag and the words follow me your country needs you
WW1 Poster 'Follow me'
Together WW1 Poster British, Wwi, Wwii, Political Posters
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Together WW1 Poster
a poster that says make your own bread bitcoin
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"Save a loaf a week" WW1 poster, 1917, Frederic G. Cooper designer/letterer
Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | British WW1 Propaganda Posters Posters, Chancellor Of The Exchequer, War Bonds, Chancellor
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Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | British WW1 Propaganda Posters
an old poster with the words britain's your country needs you
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British WW1 poster - Britons! Your Country Needs You.
WW1 UK poster British Army Recruitment
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WW1 UK poster
This uniform was worn by Adeline Abbott for civilian war work during the First World War. The jacket is of the type worn by volunteers of the Women's Reserve Ambulance (known as the 'Green Cross Corps'). Adeline lived in Bournemouth at the time, and was 20 years old when war broke out in 1914 via National Costuming Museum - Bath (UK) British Style, Vintage Fashion, Silhouette, Historical Clothing, Old Dresses, Uniform, Edwardian, Period Dress, Jackets For Women
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This uniform was worn by Adeline Abbott for civilian war work during the First World War. The jacket is of the type worn by volunteers of the Women's Reserve Ambulance (known as the 'Green Cross Corps'). Adeline lived in Bournemouth at the time, and was 20 years old when war broke out in 1914 via National Costuming Museum - Bath (UK)
an old poster advertises the use of peace bonds for women's health
Edith Cavell memorial appeal: "She Gave All - You Buy Peace Bonds"
a painting of a woman in uniform sitting on a chair
The First Chief Controller, QMAAC in France, Dame Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, CBE, DSC
Charlotte Isabella Gwynne-Vaughan, GBE was a prominent British botanist and mycologist. In 1917, she was appointed Controller of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps in France, alongside Mona Chalmers-Watson, Chief Controller of the WAAC in London For her service she became the first woman to receive a military CBE in 1918. She served as Commandant of the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) from September 1918 until December 1919. She received her DBE in 1919.
an old poster shows a nurse in red coat and white hat with the words five thousand by june
RED CROSS NURSE UNIFORM POSTER NURSING MEMBER DRIVE AD WWI RAKEMAN PRINT 547
"5,000 Graduate Nurses by June" WW1 recruiting poster calling on nurses everywhere to come to their country's aid. #Edwardian #1910s
A very rich page of links to great pages! "First World War: Women at War" - recruitment, organizations, medical people, home front, war work, and more. Emphasis on the UK. The One, Women In Africa, Student Studying, Uniformed Services, Study History, Seminar, Powerful Women, The Twenties
A very rich page of links to great pages! "First World War: Women at War" - recruitment, organizations, medical people, home front, war work, and more. Emphasis on the UK.
a drawing of a woman wearing a blue and white dress with a red cross on it
My Dolly Dingle's Mother Paper Dolls 1918 - Red Cross Nurse - Grace Drayton
Paper Dolls 1918 - Red Cross Nurse - Grace Drayton
an old black and white photo of a woman with a nurse's cap on
History of Highclere Castle
During the First World War, Almina, the 5th Countess of Carnarvon, transformed the Castle into a hospital, and patients began to arrive from Flanders in September 1914. She became an adept nurse and a skilled healer and hundreds of letters from patients and their families bear testament to her untiring work and spirit of generosity. The Castle returned to a private home and in 1922 the 5th Earl of Carnarvon and Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, the first global world media event.
an old poster advertising women's rights
Slideshow: Irish World War I recruitment posters
WWI Recruitment Poster
three women in dresses and hats standing next to each other, one wearing a red cross
Edmund Dulac, The Sisters, 1917 - Land Army Girl, Nurse, and Munitionette.
three women in uniforms standing next to each other
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Female police officers, London, 1919.
a woman in a hat and dress holding a brown bag while standing next to a green door
'The War-time Postwoman' Cigarette Card - front
1935 - "Like all other great organisations the Post Office had difficulty maintaining its staff when the Great War took many of its workers to military service. Thousands of women and girls were recruited and the Postwoman, in her neat blue serge tunic and skirt and blue straw hat, became a familiar figure all over [Britain]. As the men returned/ after the War the number of post-women dwindled until there now remain about 570, working part-time where suitable male labour is not available.'.
YWCA Relief services for women war workers, WWI, UK 1910s, Lost Lands, Womens History Month, Vintage Advertisement
YWCA Relief services for women war workers, WWI, UK
a dog sitting on top of a bench in front of a house with a stuffed animal on it's head
Galactic Salvage Yard
WWI, French Red Cross dog with gas mask, 1917 - Dogs had a vital part to play in World War One as the complexes of trenches spread throughout the Western Front. Dogs were used as messengers and proved to be as reliable as soldiers in the dangerous job of running messages. A trained dog was faster than a human runner, presented less of a target to a sniper and could travel over any terrain.
the first world centenary logo is red and white
Logo of Centenary Partnership led by Imperial War Museum