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Friday, July 21st, 2017 (00:31)
Gallery: Industry During World War I
Posted on January 05, 2017, 11:45 pm
Women Load Coal. September 1918. Scottish Museum.
Working for Victory, Welsh Industry and the First World War. Source: National Wool Museum, Wales.
Femme faisant la démonstration d'un chariot élévateur. Bowling Iron Works, Bradford, Première Guerre mondiale. Source: Wikiland.
Industry during the First World War- Flour Mill, UK, September 1918 by Lewis G P [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
A diminutive worker poses with two 9.2-inch shells during the First World War. UK, (1914 - 1918). Industry During the First World War. Source: Industrial War Museum.
Female workers pull trolleys of shells in the grounds of the National Shell Factory at Parkgate Street, Dublin, during the First World War. Dublin. Republic of Ireland. (1914 - 1923). Source: The Industrial War Museum.
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