Old photos of World War I: When men are fighting outside, what are women doing?

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Old photos of World War I: When men are fighting outside, what are women doing?

2018-11-08 10:25:32 32 ℃
This group of pictures shared today for readers and friends is an old photo from the First World War. Through this set of photos, we can review the images that have survived in this history. At the end of July 1914, the First World War broke out, dozens of countries around the world were involved in this war, and in Europe, as the center of war, more than 40 million men entered the battlefield. In the war stage, the labor force of each country is supported by women. Photographed during the First World War, a woman from Massachusetts, USA, was working on a heavy tractor, although the United States entered the battlefield at the end of the war, but exceeded After 4 million American soldiers traveled to the European continent, in some areas, because of the lack of adult men, the fields had to be independently cultivated by women. Photographed during the First World War, British women entered a woodworking factory, and the United Kingdom mobilized more than 8 million troops to support France in the First World War. Underneath, a large number of women entered the factory to support the British domestic labor force. Photographed during the First World War, women were involved in the production of the flag at a shipyard in New York, USA. Photographed during the First World War, women who participated in telegraphs during the war. Photographed during the First World War, the war correspondent who walked into the battlefield, wearing a helmet standing in the trenches, with gas masks around her neck, these brave and fearless battlefields The reporter left many precious historical images for future generations. Photographed during the First World War, women working in factories that manufacture aircraft. Photographed during the First World War, women working on the railway line took a group photo during the break.