GIRL GUNNERS: THE WORK OF THE AUXILIARY TERRITORIAL SERVICE AT AN EXPERIMENTAL STATION, SHOEBURYNESS, ESSEX, ENGLAND, 1943
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17 year old Private Edith Jackson loads a 25 pounder shell into an anti-aircraft gun at the Royal Artillery experimental station at Shoeburyness, Essex. The shells were fired into the sea at high tide. According to the original caption, Edith worked in a dairy before the war, filling milk bottles.