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Munition workers at the Greycaine factory

Munition workers at the Greycaine factory

German munitions factory during the Great War

German munitions factory during the Great War

Women workers in ordnance shops, Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company, Nicetown, Pennsylvania. Hand chipping with pneumatic hammers., 1918

Women workers in ordnance shops, Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company, Nicetown, Pennsylvania. Hand chipping with pneumatic hammers., 1918

"Crane girls" at work at the National Shell Filling Factory, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England, 1917

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"Crane girls" at work at the National Shell Filling Factory, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England, 1917

"Dorothy Willis died as a munitions worker in 1916. Her sister Sarah Hart died in 1919 while serving as a telegrapher in the WRAF and was buried with her sister. Only Sarah was entitled to a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, but their family managed to memorialize Dorothy in the space of Sarah's official headstone that was left for an inscription." In their community, both sisters were remembered as "War Dead." (Photo: unnamed workers in a munitions factory - a very dangerous…

"Dorothy Willis died as a munitions worker in 1916. Her sister Sarah Hart died in 1919 while serving as a telegrapher in the WRAF and was buried with her sister. Only Sarah was entitled to a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, but their family managed to memorialize Dorothy in the space of Sarah's official headstone that was left for an inscription." In their community, both sisters were remembered as "War Dead." (Photo: unnamed workers in a munitions factory - a very dangerous…

Bombs | World War 1 Bomb Factory | British Bomb Making Factory 1916

Bombs | World War 1 Bomb Factory | British Bomb Making Factory 1916

Ammunition Factory. Women in the World War I.

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First World War. Russian women and children receiving their bread ration.

First World War. Russian women and children receiving their bread ration.

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