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Rosie la Remachadora: la verdadera historia que esconde el icono del feminismo

This one really caught my eye because this shows just how hard they wanted equal rights in there jobs but how glamours they kept themselves

An unidentified woman who worked at the Four Wheel Drive factory in Clintonville assembling trucks during World War I. She is wearing a special uniform for women workers (c.1918). #vintage #WW1 #homefront

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from Telegraph.co.uk

World War 2 in pictures: Women at war

World War 2: British fighter aircraft are being produced in increasing numbers. Here are Spitfires in production, in a factory where women play an important part, and are employed in nearly all branches of construction. April 3, 1941.

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