Members of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) move a torpedo for loading into a submarine at Portsmouth, 29 September 1943.
Auxiliary Fireman Norman Hepple switches on the water to the hose from a trailer pump, somewhere in London during 1940.
A group of boys evacuated from London and the Thames Estuary at Totnes in South Devon, 1941.
Mrs Edith Digby, an Air Raid Warden on duty in Bermondsey, London during the Second World War.
Soldiers onboard a leave train heading out from Victoria Station, London during the First World War.
Eileen Dunne, aged three, sits in bed with her doll at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, after being injured during an air raid on London in September 1940.
Two members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) check the accuracy of anti-aircraft fire from a gun battery during the Second World War.
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.
Members of the Women's Land Army climbing over a gate on a British farm during the First World War.
Munition workers painting shells at the National Shell Filling Factory No.6, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire in 1917.
A busy howitzer shop at Coventry Ordnance Works. Men and women work together as several gun barrels are transported overhead by pulleys.
A female munitions worker is lifted into the barrel of a 15-inch naval gun manufactured at the Ordnance Works, Coventry, during the First World War, in order to clean the rifling.
Five year old Andrew and three year old Jacqueline say their prayers before settling down to sleep at the house in which they are staying, somewhere in Surrey.
Members of the London Fire Brigade train their hoses on burning buildings in Queen Victoria Street, EC4, after the last and heaviest major raid mounted on the capital during the 'Blitz'.
Tommy the tortoise, the pet of Mrs Dudley Beresford, was injured by shrapnel during the barrage of a German air raid on London on 29 September 1917.
Shells awaiting filling with explosives in a store of the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, 21 November 1916.
Women war workers range shell cases in the New Case Shop at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
Workers at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, leave from the Fourth Gate, by Plumstead station, May 1918.
Female munitions workers guide 6 inch howitzer shells being lowered to the floor at the Chilwell ammunition factory in Nottinghamshire in July 1917.