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Female workers pack flour in a mill at the works of Rank and Sons, Birkenhead, September 1918. Fines were issued for making white flour instead of wholewheat and for allowing rats to invade wheat stores. Further restrictions on food production eventually led to the introduction of rationing in 1918.

Female workers pack flour in a mill at the works of Rank and Sons, Birkenhead, September

Women working in munitions factory, 1917

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Women employees working in the glucose factory of Nicholls, Nagel & Co, Trafford Park, Manchester, 1918.

Women employees working in the glucose factory of Nicholls, Nagel & Co, Trafford Park, Manchester, They are scraping runs and shovelli.

The workers of HH Martyn originally made fittings for ocean going liners. During the war, they turned their hand to aircraft.

Sunningend Works, Gloucestershire: From Ocean Liners to Fighter Planes, World War One At Home - BBC

The recruiting station at Scotland Yard, London, is besieged by would-be recruits during the first week of the war, August 7, 1914

World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images

Would-be recruits pack the recruiting station at Scotland Yard, London during the first week of the war, August 1914 (Image: Mirrorpix)

Foot inspection!   An officer of the 30th Battalion in the trenches near Zonnebeke, in the Ypres Sector, making the daily inspection of his mens' feet during the Third Battle of Ypres - September, 1917.   Left to right: unidentified (background); unidentified (partially obscured); Lieutenant (Lt) W Williams; unidentified; 3875 Private J P Ryan; Lt W C Abbott.

An officer of the Battalion in the trenches near Zonnebeke, in the Ypres Sector, making the daily inspection of his mens’ feet during the Third Battle of Ypres. Left to right: unidentified (background);

Chilwell munitions factory, WW1 "Canary Girls"

Chilwell munitions factory, WW1

Hayes Peoples History: Hayes Women Munition Workers WW1

( Hayes HMV factory producing munitions during Hayes Women Munition Workers 1915 (Sandy Nordby grandmother) During World War O.

A portrait of munitions worker Lottie Meade has been added to IWM Centenary’s Faces of the First World War on Flickr.  It is the first photograph of a woman to be added to the collection, which was started in November 2011. The project is part of the IWM First World War Centenary Programme, and will continue until the 2014 centenary.  Each weekday, a new photo is added from IWM Collections.

To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March, a portrait of munitions worker Lottie Meade has been added to IWM Centenary’s Faces of the First World War on…

WW1 In Pictures — ww1inpictures:   American engineers return to the...

Battle of St. Mihiel - American Engineers returning from the front. World War I Soldiers Crossing a Bridge on Horses

Vintage Photo: Women in a British mattress factory sew and button asbestos-filled mattresses.

Women workers producing asbestos mattresses at the factory of Turner Brothers in Trafford Park, Manchester.

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