Working women during the World War I

In Europe and England during the First World War, because of the departed by conscription of men, were freed thousand workplaces. Traditionally male professions began to develop women, they were called munitionettes. They worked in mines, factories and chemical plants.

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I

Working women during the World War I