Charles Ginner, A.R.A., R.W.S. (1878-1952) Murkett's Garage
Margaret Bartlett Guildford began working in a burn unit and ended the war by nursing concentration camp victims. Nurses had no trouble getting into the armed forces. They performed what was considered to be a natural role for women: caring for others. They even served with the Canadian Army in the First World War. About 4,500 of them served the armed forces in WW2, and they had the most demanding job of all. These were the women who tended the wounded, some of whom were terribly injured ~
Red Tomahawk, who killed Sitting Bull :: 1890-1910
Bénédictine de l'Abbaye de Fécamp : [affiche] / Mucha - 1
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USS New Mexico replenishing 14-inch ammo prior to the invasion of Guam, July 1944.
New Zealand corporal sniper posing with his No.4 MkI (T) in the ruins of Cassino, 26 March 1944
Meadow Life Textile
Mary Lamb Bobak -- in 1942 sne enlisted as a draughtswoman in the Canadian Womens Army Corps (CWAC). Designs for the Army Show and a prize in the 1944 Canadian Army Art Exhibition resulted in her appointment as a war artist from 1945 to 1946.
Une surveillante aérienne porte une petite fille qu'elle vient de sauver des ruines de sa maison bombardée _ Angleterre, Seconde guerre mondiale.