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.
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.
Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) women at a 3.7-inch anti-aircraft gun site at Wormwood Scrubs in London, 22 October 1941.
The two 'Women of Pervyse', Mairi Chisholm and the Baroness de T'Serclaes driving their motor ambulance through the ruins of Pervyse.
An ambulance driver of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY) assists with the maintenance of her vehicle at St Omer, 28 February 1917.
Nurses on a British ambulance train near Doullens with their pet canaries, 27 April 1918.
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.
Gladys Wilburn, a motor boat driver with the Women's Royal Naval Service, in her boat, the 'BALMACAAN', with her spaniel dog, Southwick, Sussex, 1918.
Two women munitions workers with a truck load of shell cases in the New Case Shop at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich during the First World War.
An Inspector and Sergeant of the Women's Police Service during the First World War.
Members of the Women's Land Army climbing over a gate on a British farm during the First World War.
A voluntary domestic science course for service women based in the London area, organised by the London District of the Army Education Scheme.