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Ann Moore, SHP HOW DID WOMEN HELP TO WIN THE FIRST WORLD WAR? Pictorial sources. Please laminate and cut up for classroom activities
Bus and Tram Conductors 1
Milk Float Driver 2
Post Office Sorters 3
Messengers in the VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) in Belgium 1915 4
Visiting soldiers in the trenches 5
Making shells in munitions factories (munitionettes) 7
Making aircraft wings 8
Anti tank mine workers 9
Potato pickers and sorters 10
Fisherwomen in Harwich 11
Founder of Queen Marys Needlework Guild and President of the Red Cross Society QUEEN MARY QUEEN ALEXANDER 12
Ambulance Corps 13
Women doctors create an all – women staffed military hospital in London for wounded soldiers...The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital 14
Volunteers at the Streatham Common War Supply Depot 15
Garment makers in Hammersmith 16
Ladies Territorial Committee member making waistcoats from old gloves 17
Making socks for the Navy at the British and Foreign Sailors Society 18
Coal heavers in Scotland 19
War Work Club in Wales 20
Ammunition bag makers to hold powder and shells 21
Red Cross nurse tending a wounded soldier on the battlefield 22
Village Smithy in Essex 23
Nurses on board the sinking hospital ship – Anglia. They stayed until all the wounded were off the ship and several perished 24
Tram Drivers 25
Night scene behind the firing line in France 26
Making gas for the village of Chew Magna in Bristol 27
Potato harvesters 28
Nurses in convalescent homes 29
Road Sweepers 30
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