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Little girl, nurse, bicycle and doll in around 1915
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Three Lumberjills off to work with shouldered axes.
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Lumber Jills in training

Three trainees for the Women's Timber Corps at Shandford, Angus,

Ready to do the work of men during the war.

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Three Lumberjills off to work with shouldered axes.

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Lumberjills of The Women's Timber Corps. Having a mug of reviving tea in the middle of a workday. The Women’s Timber Corps was disbanded in August 1946. The 8,700 women of the Corps received no recognition, despite providing 60 per cent of the timber needed by the UK during the war. They finally gained a fitting memorial in 2007, when the Forestry Commission Scotland unveiled a powerful life-ize bronze sculpture by Malcolm Robertson. Much more at the link!
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WWII Land Army Girls from the Women's Timber Corps drinking tea during a work break . aka as 'Lumberjills', did forestry work replacing men who joined military, c.

The Women's Timber Corps aka LumberJills were a vital source of timber for the British war effort here a group near Bury St Edmunds take a mid-morning break 1943

The Women's Timber Corps of WWII, a branch of the Women's Land Army - by the end of the war, they had supplied of the timber needed by the industry of the time. From 'Long May She Rain'.

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Lumberjills of The Women's Timber Corps. Having a mug of reviving tea in the middle of a workday. The Women’s Timber Corps was disbanded in August 1946. The 8,700 women of the Corps received no recognition, despite providing 60 per cent of the timber needed by the UK during the war. They finally gained a fitting memorial in 2007, when the Forestry Commission Scotland unveiled a powerful life-ize bronze sculpture by Malcolm Robertson. Much more at the link!

Lumberjills of The Women's Timber Corps. Having a mug of reviving tea in the middle of a workday. The Women’s Timber Corps was disbanded in August 1946. The 8,700 women of the Corps received no recognition, despite providing 60 per cent of the timber needed by the UK during the war. They finally gained a fitting memorial in 2007, when the Forestry Commission Scotland unveiled a powerful life-ize bronze sculpture by Malcolm Robertson. Much more at the link!
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Captain Ronald Reagan WWII

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Old Water Gate and Gaol, Southampton Image taken from page 248 of 'Summer Tour to the Isle of Wight; including Portsmouth, Southampton, Winchester, the South Western Railway, &c. [With plates, illustrations, and a map.]'
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Old Water Gate and Gaol, Southampton Image taken from page 248 of 'Summer Tour to the Isle of Wight; including Portsmouth, Southampton, Winchester, the South Western Railway, &c. [With plates, illustrations, and a map.]'
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Brockwell Park Lido, Brockwell Park, Lambeth, London 1961 - the year I was born - I spent most of my childhood here :-)
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Brockwell Park Lido, Brockwell Park, Lambeth, London 1961 - the year I was born - I spent most of my childhood here :-)

Brockwell Park Lido, Brockwell Park, Lambeth, London 1961 - the year I was born - I spent most of my childhood here :-)

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November 23rd 1940 First night of the Southampton Blitz.  Southampton was targeted as an important industrial centre, not least the Supermarine Spitfire factory, as well as being a major port.

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Robert Graves | Dylan - “In a few years’ time I would meet Robert Graves himself in London.”

Robert Graves, age Although reported dead at the Somme, Graves was one of the few of his generation to survive World War I. He became a translator, poet and novelist, and was the author of "I Claudius." Graves died at the age of 90 in

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War Office vehicle trials at Aldershot. This photograph shows a Tasker traction engine pulling a laden wagon up an incline. The driver was C Downs, and also present were George Hoare, the Manager at Tasker's works in Andover.

Taken from “World War II in Photographs” by Richard Holmes.

A Polish news vendor holding posters with headlines: “I will give Poles a lesson - Hitler,” “Hitler invades Poland,” “Poland invaded”.

Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. Troops of the 13th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry digging out wounded from their Regimental Aid Post near Zillebeke

WWI, 20 Sept Troops of the Battalion, Durham Light Infantry digging out wounded from their Regimental Aid Post near Zillebeke after the position had be hit by German artillery fire, Battle of the Menin Road Ridge. © IWM (Q

On the vessel Kadima, among her 794 ma’apilim, there were more than 100 infants and toddlers less than 3 years old. In the photo: A British soldier leading a little girl to the deportation ship in Haifa (November 1947).

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https://flic.kr/p/saRsjA | School knitting group | Black and white photograph showing Sherborne St John School knitting group with teacher. Sherborne St John, Hampshire HMCMS:P2002.485 DPAANH90

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A signals section of the 13th (Service) Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, equipped with telescopes, field telephone and signalling lamps, watch the battalion’s advance on Veldhoek on 20 September 1917. Battle of the Menin Road.

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