Although certain design details were forbidden as they were a waste of valuable raw materials, wartime
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.
Women queue for potatoes at a greengrocer's shop in London during 1945.
Two ratings of the Womens Royal Naval Service (WRNS) assembling a mine at Lowestoft in 1918.
Land Girls placing chickens into cages as part of the 'Off the Ration' exhibition at Charing Cross underground station in London during 1942.
A model stands on a Bloomsbury rooftop, holding on to wire railings as she leans slightly backwards, to show off her pale blue and black wool Atrima dress, costing 11 coupons.
Land Army girl Vera Howson at the Women's Timber Corps training camp at Culford in Suffolk.
Auxiliary Territorial Service plotters at work at 428 Battery, Coastal Defence Artillery Headquarters, Dover, December 1942.
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.
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.
A model leans against a window sill as she shows off her mustard-coloured wool Spectator dress, costing 11 coupons.  She is also wearing a dark-coloured turban and holding a handbag with a large metal clasp.