Auxiliary Territorial Service plotters at work at 428 Battery, Coastal Defence Artillery Headquarters, Dover, December 1942.
Women workers from the small West Country arms factory of J & F Pool Ltd in Hayle, Cornwall, are given a mortar firing demonstration, 1943.
Members of the Auxiliary Terrotorial Service have tea during a domestic science course for service women at Avondale Park School, Notting Hill Gate, London, 1945.
Women war workers in the doping room of a gas-mask factory during the First World War.
A female riveter's mate, heating rivets in a furnace at the shipyard of Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd. in Newcastle during the First World War.
Concert Party organised by the women carpenters for wounded soldiers near Calais, 3 December 1918.
A Women's Royal Naval Service radio mechanic walks from a  Fairey Barracuda torpedo bomber at RNAS Lee-on-Solent, September 1943.
Miss March manning the tiller of the narrowboat 'HEATHER BELL' nas it carried flour from Worcester to Tipton during 1942.</br></br></br>
Female munitions workersstaff at an arms factory prepare for work in the factory changing area, 1940.
A Land Girl carrying a large forkful of hay in order to feed cattle at the Women's Land Army training centre at Cannington in Somerset during 1940.
Women workers checking 25-pounder artillery shells at the small arms factory of J & F Pool Ltd in Hayle, Cornwall, 1943.
A female retort house worker standing in front of the furnaces at the South Metropolitan Gas Company, Old Kent Road, London in 1918.