Twelve Hours of Danger a Day: The Women Munition Workers of World War One Part 1 — Enough of this Tomfoolery!


World War I cannot be said to have many silver linings, but it gave British women a newfound political and social confidence and the experience of those four years transformed the lives of millions of women in Britain. There is a myth that the war brought women into industrial work for the first time. In […]

via Twelve Hours of Danger a Day: The Women Munition Workers of World War One Part 1 — Enough of this Tomfoolery!

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