Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) move a torpedo for loading into a submarine at Portsmouth, 29 September 1943.
An RAF sergeant shares an alfresco lunch with two Dutch women at Nieuland, near Middelburg, soon after the town had been liberated by Allied forces, November 1944.
Mrs Redmond of Orford in Suffolk wearing her late husband's medals. She was also a member of various Civil Defence organisations, as can be seen from the badges she is wearing.
Mrs D Cheatle from Sheffield operating a capstan lathe at a munitions factory in Yorkshire during 1942.
A group of women enjoy a drink and share a joke at the Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon, Benbighshire, Wales, 1944.
Two Wren cooks carve ham for the lunchtime meal in the galley of a Fleet Air Arm base in Scotland, 1943.
Mrs Edith Digby, an Air Raid Warden on duty in Bermondsey, London during the Second World War.
A member of the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) working on the propellor of an Airco DH9A in 1918.
Air Mechanics of the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) working on the fuselage of an Avro 504 aircraft during early 1919.
Gladys Wilburn of the Womens Royal Naval Service (WRNS) using a boat-hook to push her motor boat, the BALMACAAN, away from the shore at Southwick harbour, 1918.
A veteran sergeant in the Dorking Home Guard cleans his Tommy gun at the dining room table, before going on parade, 1 December 1940.
Winston Churchill watches a female riveter at work on a Supermarine Spitfire at the Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham, 28 September 1941.
Two members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) check the accuracy of anti-aircraft fire from a gun battery during the Second World War.
A member of the ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) serving with a 3.7-inch anti-aircraft gun battery, December 1942.
A member of the Women's Royal Air Force at a plotting board at an RAF station, circa 1960.