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British women employed as porters due to the shortage of men during World War I, London, UK, 1915.

Women on the Home Front in World War One

Women in World War 1 - Two women replace the traditionally male porters at Marylebone Station in London during the First World war. Original Publication: Illustrated London News, 1915

14 Striking Photos Of Women At Work During The First World War

UNIT 3 Durning large numbers of women were recruited into jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight in the war. Women's employment rates increased during during from of the working age population in 1914 Women were forced to work during the

The Canary Girls and the WWI Poisons that turned them Yellow

The Canary Girls and the WWI Poisons that turned them Yellow

HU Three female munitions workers stand in front of high explosive shells at the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell Nottinghamshire during the First World War

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20 Fotografías Históricas Coloreadas

The art assembly line of female students busily engaged in copying a World War II propaganda poster in Port Washington, New York, on July The master poster in hanging in the background. World War II: Women at War - In Focus - The Atlantic

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May Irwinville Farms, Georgia. Coleman doing a washing. Slow but steady progress in the science of mechanized laundry. Medium-format nitrate negative by John Vachon for the Resettlement Administration

Fotos colorizadas trazem Primeira Guerra à vida 70

Fotos colorizadas trazem Primeira Guerra à vida (95 fotos

Women operate stock boards at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The Waldorf was the first to employ women in its various departments, in order to release men for war work, 1918.

Girls operate stock boards at Waldorf-Astoria. The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel is employing girls to operate tickers and stock exchange boards. The Waldorf is the first to employ girls in its various departments, in order to release men for war work.

Before the war: Coal Porters' Strike

1914: life before war – in pictures

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The Most Powerful Images Of World War I. Women hauling coal, possibly for a gas company..!917

Friday 1 July 2016 marked the centenary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, the biggest conflict seen on the Western Front during World War I. Here are some of the most arresting photos from the war. Contains graphic images.

Thousands of British women worked in munitions factories. Their contribution greatly helped the war effort and led to Women's Suffrage ~

Thousands of British women worked in munitions factories during WWI. Their contribution greatly helped the war effort and led to Women's Suffrage.

Women of Fauberg Treme, New Orleans The oldest black neighborhood in America, and the origin of the southern civil rights movement and the birthplace of jazz.:

Women of Fauberg Treme, New Orleans. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Early history it was the main neighborhood of free people of color.It remains today an important African-American & Creole culture.

Authentic recipe of Australian ANZAC biscuits with rolled oats and coconut, which are famous since the First World War. #cookies #Australia #196lavors

Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Authentic recipe of Australian ANZAC biscuits with rolled oats and coconut, which are famous since the First World War.

World War I Recruitment Poster - The British Commonwealth in Arms - This poster depicts New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, and South Africa supporting Britain in arms. These British Dominions would eventually contribute more than 1.4 million service personnel to the British war effort from 1914 to 1918.  Source: Canadian War Museum/Musée canadien de la guerre (close-up available at source site)

World War I Recruitment Poster - The British Commonwealth in Arms - This poster depicts New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, and South Africa supporting Britain in arms. These British Dominions would eventually contribute more than million se

First World War – Changing the fabric of our nation, WW100 New Zealand

First World War – Changing the fabric of our nation, New Zealand

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