Women in the First World War
|Caption||Women in the First World War. Left inset: During a march held in London in July 1915, 11,000 women signed a petition as volunteers for war work. Centre: During the War, thousands of women volunteered for work in munitions and many more performed invaluable service as nurses, electricians, bus and tram conductors and farm workers. Original artwork for illustrations on pp8-9 of Look and Learn issue no 1019 (19 September 1981). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
|Artist||Keith Petts (?)|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||women suffrage First World War World War I work bus nurse munitions volunteers volunteering bombs women's rights women's liberation feminism serve your country|
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