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  • THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

    THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Nicholls, Horace (Photographer)

    Q 30617

    A full-length portrait of a woman serving with the Women's Hospital Corps at Endell Street, London.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 69

    A general view of the damage to the interior of Bourne and Hollingsworth department store on Castle Street in London. Huge piles of timber can be seen, and, on the right hand side, it is possible to see through to the outside of the building.

  • PHOTOGRAPHY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    PHOTOGRAPHY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "BROOM ALBERT (MRS)" (photographs) Made by: Broom, Albert (Mrs) (Co-ordinator)

    HU 51891

    Mrs Albert Broom, self-proclaimed "Official Photographer to the Guards", photographed by her daughter as she displays her camera and examples of her photographs at a stand at the Womens War Work Exhibition, Prince's Skating Rink,...

  • THE PRODUCTION OF CLOTHING IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

    THE PRODUCTION OF CLOTHING IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Lewis, George P. (Photographer) 1918

    Q 28640

    Female workers cutting leather for army boots in the Royal Army Clothing Department, Old Kent Road, Southwark.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 106

    A close up view of damage to the pavement outside the Eaglet Public House on Seven Sisters Road, caused by a 50 kilo bomb during a raid on the night of 29 - 30 September 1917. Men can be seen at work clearing debris. In the background, a large group of...

  • THE ARMS PRODUCTION IN BRITAIN IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE ARMS PRODUCTION IN BRITAIN IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Lewis, George P. (Photographer) 1918-05

    Q 27873

    Women war workers tap shells at the Royal Shell Factory, Woolwich Arsenal, May 1918.

  • THE ARMS PRODUCTION IN BRITAIN IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE ARMS PRODUCTION IN BRITAIN IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Lewis, George P. (Photographer) 1918-05

    Q 27855

    Women munition workers operate annealing machines in Cartridge Factory 5, at the Royal Arsenal Woolwich, London, May 1918.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 65

    A view of the damage to stage of The Little Theatre, on the corner of John Street and Adelphi Terrace in London. The damage was caused by a 50 kilogram bomb which fell onto the roof of the theatre on the night of 4 - 5 September. The theatre was being...

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 110

    The Royal Academy: a 50 kilogram bomb fell through the roof of No 9 Gallery at the Royal Academy and exploded on impact with the brick arch which formed the Gallery’s floor. A hole was blown through the arch into the basement but no casualties were...

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

    part of "HOME OFFICE FIRST WORLD WAR AIR RAID DAMAGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Home Office photographer 1917-09

    HO 68

    Rubble surrounds the Sphinx on London's Victoria Embankment, following an air raid on the night of 4 - 5 September 1917. The Sphinx was damaged in several places by fragments of flying debris, but the main damaged caused by the 50 kilogram bomb can...

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