Two women munition workers operate a shell case forming machine during the First World War at the New Gun Factory of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London.
Pauline Gower, Commandant of the Air Transport Auxiliary Women's Section, waving from the cockpit of a de Havilland Tiger Moth at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, prior to a delivery flight, 10 January 1940.
Women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) in flying kit at Hatfield, 10 January 1940.
A Women's Royal Naval Service plotter at work in the Operations Room at Derby House in Liverpool, the headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief Western Approaches, September 1944.
A female tram driver and conductor of the Glasgow Corporation in 1918.
A member of the Women's Land Army milks a cow at the WLA training centre at Cannington, Somerset in 1940.
Outside the War Damage Information and Enquiry Bureau based in East Ham Town Hall, 1941.
A group of ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) clerks in the storeroom of the Trinidad Base Command, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1945.
British Land Army girls and members of the Women's Royal Air Force (WAAF) dance with men of the US Eighth Army Air Force in Suffolk during 1943.
A member of the Women's Land Army (WLA) stacking hay on a farm during the Second World War.
Two members of the Women's Royal Naval Service checking the cockpit equipment in a Vought-Sikorsky Chesapeake aircraft at Royal Naval Air Station Stretton in Lancashire, 4 March 1943.
Three members of the Women's Land Army employed on an English farm during the First World War.