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War Memorial, Weston

View of the Weston village war memorial, commemorating the men of Weston who fell in the two world wars. The inscriptions visible on this side of the memorial record the men who served (and returned) ...

War work at Lotus Ltd, Stafford

A woman worker using a machine with 25-pounder high explosive munition shell casings either side of her. From album of photographs of Lotus Ltd. shoe factory, Sandon Road, Stafford taken by Oswald ...

War work at Lotus Ltd, Stafford

A large pyramid shaped stack of munitions shells with woman using machine in background From album of photographs of Lotus Ltd. shoe factory, Sandon Road, Stafford taken by Oswald Wild for 'Fortune' ...

War work at Lotus Ltd, Stafford

A woman worker weighing munitions shells on scales. On the noticeboard on the wall is a poster with the message "Lotus shells 'not shoes' are best for Jerry". From album of photographs of Lotus Ltd. ...

Wedgwood Home Guard Platoon, Barlaston,

The Wedgwood Home Guard Platoon photographed in front of the main entrance to the new Barlaston factory. Known employees are: back row: second right - Bill Clenton; far left - Harold Richardson (ovens); ...

Whittington Barracks, near Lichfield

Soldiers, family and guests at a Passing Out Parade at Whittington Barracks.

Women’s Land Army, Sugnall

This photograph was taken at Sugnall and shows Brenda Williams (on the left) who was in the Women’s Land Army from 1947 to 1949. In 1950 she married Robert Fulford and they lived in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire ...

Women’s Land Army, Sugnall

This photograph was taken at Sugnall and shows Brenda Williams (third from left) who was in the Women’s Land Army from 1947 to 1949. In 1950 she married Robert Fulford and they lived in Gainsborough, ...

Women’s Royal Naval Service training station, Mill Meece

Photograph showing the WRENS working on a Hawker Hurricane at HMS Fledgling. HMS Fledgling. In April 1943 the Admiralty decided to release more men for wartime service, by training WRENS as aircraft ...

Women’s Royal Naval Service training station, Mill Meece

A group of WRENS at HMS Fledgling E-15, Mill Meece. Mrs Chrys Hill (nee Wood), is sitting in the front row third in from the right. HMS Fledgling. In April 1943 the Admiralty decided to release ...

Women's Land Army Girl with Heifer, Adbaston,

A Women's Land Army girl standing next to a hand reared British Friesian heifer. The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who ...

Women's Land Army Girl, Eccleshall,

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...

Women's Land Army girl, Uttoxeter

A studio portrait of a Women's Land Army girl. Please contact us if you can identify her. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.

Women's Land Army, Rodbaston Farm Institute, Penkridge

Women's Land Army milkers on their way to the dairy at Rodbaston Farm Institute. Rodbaston College's origins lie in 1919 when the War Agricultural Committee opened an agricultural training depot. ...

Women's Land Army, Walled Garden, Shugborough

A group of Women's Land Army girls photographed at the Walled Garden, Shugborough. Some were working in the Walled Garden while others would have been employed in agricultural work at Shugborough Park ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, transplanting young trees. The Women's Timber Corps was set up in 1942 to work in forestry, replacing the men who had been called up to the armed ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, stripping side shoots and removing lower branches ('snedding') to let air and light into the plantation. The Women's Timber Corps was set up ...

Women's Timber Corps workers, Cannock Chase

Women's Timber Corps forestry workers on Cannock Chase, weeding young trees at Lady Hill nursery. The Women's Timber Corps was set up in 1942 to work in forestry, replacing the men who had been called ...