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4 - A college girl holding a large bundle of flax on a farm in Yeovil, Somerset.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30905)
 
   
5 - A British soldier with a disfiguring wound due to a piece of exploded time-fuse lodged at the back of his cheek. The photograph was taken before it was extracted by massage and a cosmetic plate applied, sculpted by Captain Francis Derwent Wood, 3rd London General Hospital. 
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30449)
 
   

6 - Workers wave their caps from the bow (forecastle) of a dazzle camouflaged Standard ship before it's launch at a Sunderland shipyard.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 20121)
 
   

7 - A female member of the London Ambulance Column of the City of London Red Cross.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30349)
 
   

8 - A female messenger of the Office of Works.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30335)
 
   

9 - A female worker loading sacks of coke on to a van at the South Metropolitan Gas Works, Old Kent Road London.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30864)
 
   

10 - A female worker operates a vertical milling machine at Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd shipbuilding yard, Wallsend, Newcastle.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 20069)
 
   

11 - A female worker pushing a bag of flour on a sack-barrow at a British mill during the First World War.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30937)
 
   

12 - A group of female brewery workers, London.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31058)
 
   

13 - A group of girls at a national shell filling factory.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30971)
 
   

14 - A member of the Women'’s Agriculture Section of the Land Army.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30352)
 
   

15 - A patient examines a plaster cast of his own face which will be used to conceal the loss of his eye, 3rd London General Hospital.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30455)
 
   

16 - A Russian gun captured by the Germans and recaptured by the British on the Somme, on show in Trafalgar Square during the war bonds appeal of November-December 1917.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30330)
 
   
17 - A student, having been discharged from the British Army due to ill health following a period of service in Egypt and France, resides at Keble College, University of Oxford. The student poses in front of his discharge certificate which is hanging over the mantle-shelf.”
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30292)
 
   
18 - A young woman and an old man work together to sew the canvas which covers pipes between the decks of a ship in a naval dockyard. They are both working with their arms stretched above their heads, but the woman is standing on a box or step to give her a bit more height.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 20086)
 
   
19 - A young woman and an old man, both workers at Chilwell munitions factory, transport shells across the factory floor. Each is pushing a sack barrow. Rows of shells can be seen behind them. The original caption reads: “"Eighteen and eighty doing their bit".
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30029)
 
   

20 - American soldier entraining after attending the Armistice Service at Winchester Cathedral.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31217)
 
   

21 - An English farm girl with her horse.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31008)
 
   

22 - An Inspector and a Sergeant in the Women's Police Service.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30339)
 
   

23 - Cadets of the Royal Flying Corps dining in the Great Hall of Christ Church college, University of Oxford.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30259)
 
   

24 - Cadets partaking in a military gym class which were held regularly at Clare College and Trinity College indoor tennis courts, University of Cambridge.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30299)
 
   

25 - College girl flax workers resting in a field on a farm in Yeovil, Somerset.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30909)
 
   

26 - Construction of artillery wheels for gun carriages in the wheelwrights' shop of the Coventry Ordnance Works during the First World War.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30122)
 
   

27 - A general scene in a busy howitzer shop at Coventry Ordnance Works. Men and women work together as several gun barrels are transported overhead by pulleys.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30124)
 
   

28 - Female coke workers at the South Metropolitan Gas Works, Old Kent Road, London.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30863)

 
   

29 - Female electric trolley driver for luggage and mail at Liverpool Street Station, Great Eastern Railway.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31017)
 
   

30 - Female munitions workers guide 6-inch howitzer shells being lowered to the floor at the National Shell Filling Factory in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire in July 1917. 
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30040)
 
   

31 - Female workers at the Royal Army Clothing Department on the 21st June 1918, Grosvenor Road, Pimlico.
Horace w Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30785)
 
   

32 - Female workers spraying tar on a London road.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30871)
 
   

33 - Interior of workshop constructing naval mounting in Coventry Ordinance Works.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30128)
 
   

34 - Interior view of a shelled house.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30424)
 
   

35 - Interior view of a shelled house. Both the female and male occupants in the house were killed.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30425)
 
   

36 - Male workers at the Royal Army Clothing Department on the 21st June 1918, Grosvenor Road, Pimlico.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30783)
 
   

37 - Mrs Kitchener, a female gravedigger, carries on her husband's business whilst he serves on the front, Aley Green Cemetery, Luton.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31234)
 
   

38 - Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30036)
 
   

39 - Munition workers in a shell warehouse at the National Shell Filling Factory, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire. This was one of the largest shell factories in the country.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30018)
 
   

40 - Portrait of Alice Isaacs, Lady Reading, wife of Rufus Issacs, British Ambassador to the United States, at her desk.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30414)
 
   
41 - Private Norman A. Veitch, 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment , a POW returned from Germany. The private was taken prisoner on the 27th May 1918, then sent to work on railway buildings behind the German lines until rendered too sick to continue work. 
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 31277)
 
   

42 - Queen Mary at the Royal Army Clothing Department on the 21st June 1918, Grosvenor Road, Pimlico.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30772)
 
   

43 - Rosanna Forster who is carrying on her husband's business as a chimney sweep while he serves aboard in the army, Kent.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30758)
 
   

44 - Victor Grayson; a member of the New Zealand army and a British politican during the First World War.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30866)
 
   

45 - View of the howitzer shop in the Coventry Ordinance Works.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30125)
 
   

46 - Women unloading the nitrating pans at HM Munitions Factory, Gretna.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (HU 82182)
 
   

47 - Women's Hospital Corps at Endell Street, London.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 30617)
 
   

48 - Young workers at Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd shipbuilding yard, Wallsend, Newcastle.
Horace W Nicholls - © IWM (Q 20048)