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WWI Nurse - 1917 Red Cross Motor Corp. An amazing look back in time, the Nurse is beautiful, but i'm also drawn to the beautiful curves on the bonnet (hood) and that front right wing upto the windscreen (windsheild)

MUNITIONS FACTORIES UNITED KINGDOM DURING FIRST WORLD WAR (HU 96426) Three female munitions workers stand in front of 15-inch high explosive shells at the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, during the First World War.

'Make do and mend': Posters from WWI can inspire today

To send food to troops abroad, Americans would minimize their usage with meat and wheat and send the rest to troops. Americans participated in "Meatless Mondays" and "Wheat less Wednesdays."

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

The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps was formed in July 1917. This was the first Army Unit for Women. WAACs served as cooks, waitresses, clerks, and telephonists.

The Women’s Reserve of the British Army National Motor Volunteers being addressed by an officer, October 1916. 1st October 1916. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

A female worker carries a sack of coke (coal) on her back up a flight of stairs at a London gas works during the First World War.