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  • BRITISH GIRLS BUILD HOMES FOR MUNITION WORKERS, UK, 1941

    BRITISH GIRLS BUILD HOMES FOR MUNITION WORKERS, UK, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Male foremen inspect a group of female builders as they begin bricklaying work on the second storey of the new house they are building, somewhere in Britain. They are standing on scaffolding. Several completed houses can be seen behind them.

  • A ROYAL VISIT TO THORP ARCH ROYAL ORDNANCE FACTORY, WETHERBY, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1941

    A ROYAL VISIT TO THORP ARCH ROYAL ORDNANCE FACTORY, WETHERBY, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    HM King George VI and HM Queen Elizabeth talk to women munitions workers during a visit to ROF Thorp Arch.

  • LIFE IN A MINISTRY OF SUPPLY HOSTEL, UK, c 1942

    LIFE IN A MINISTRY OF SUPPLY HOSTEL, UK, c 1942

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Off-duty munitions workers write letters at the desks provided in the writing room of their munitions factory hostel.

  • WAR INDUSTRY: SALVAGED TIMBER, UK, 1943

    WAR INDUSTRY: SALVAGED TIMBER, UK, 1943

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    A general view of a large warehouse, somewhere in Britain, showing piles of salvaged timber being stored for future re-use.

  • THE PRODUCTION OF COVENANTER TANKS AT A FACTORY IN THE MIDLANDS, ENGLAND, UK, 1941

    THE PRODUCTION OF COVENANTER TANKS AT A FACTORY IN THE MIDLANDS, ENGLAND, UK, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    A general view of Covenanter tanks at various stages of production in the main assembly shop of a factory, somewhere in the Midlands.

  • WAR INDUSTRY: STEN GUN PRODUCTION, UK, c 1942

    WAR INDUSTRY: STEN GUN PRODUCTION, UK, c 1942

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Sparks fly as Mrs Alexandrienne welds Sten gun parts at an ordnance factory, somewhere in Britain.

  • WAR INDUSTRY, UK, 1941

    WAR INDUSTRY, UK, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Munitions workers smile for the camera as they drink mugs of milk in the works canteen of a factory, somewhere in Britain, during their morning break.

  • CLEMENT ATTLEE VISITS ROYAL ORDNANCE FACTORY HEREFORD, HEREFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, JULY 1941

    CLEMENT ATTLEE VISITS ROYAL ORDNANCE FACTORY HEREFORD, HEREFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, JULY 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Lord Privy Seal, Mr Clement Attlee, addresses workers during a visit to ROF Hereford on Friday 11 July 1941.

  • BILLY BUTLIN VISITS A MUNITIONS FACTORY, UK, 1941

    BILLY BUTLIN VISITS A MUNITIONS FACTORY, UK, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    Mr Butlin, centre, plays a game of darts with workers during a visit to a munitions factory hostel, somewhere in Britain.

  • WAR INDUSTRY, UK, 1943

    WAR INDUSTRY, UK, 1943

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer

    A general view of women war workers operating machines to put nickel eyelets into mica at a factory, somewhere in Britain.

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