STEN GUN PRODUCTION IN BRITAIN, 1943
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Women at work at a Royal Ordnance Factory. The various parts of a breech block (the blocks, pins, extractors and springs) have arrived from all over the country and are assembled by these women at ROF Fazakerley, near Liverpool.
Women working in the Royal Ordnance Factory at Fazakerley, near Liverpool during 1943.