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WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. 'THE women are splendid, said Mr. Lloyd -L George some time ago. As if women did not know that before. They are not surprised, though a great many men seem to be, that the hd hhd that uses the powderpuff can also help to rule the ...

Published: Wednesday 14 June 1916
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1072 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. XT O two women have done more to advance thm n he„cause of medical women since the war than Dr Garrett Anderson and Dr. Flora Murray upon both of whom the C.B.E. was conferred re¬ cently for valuable services rendered to ...

Published: Wednesday 19 December 1917
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1061 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... of the war, as well as against Germanic influence in any shape or form in Britain, whether now or when peace comes. Though the work of an optician was open to women before the war, recent events have done much to improve the prospects of women who enter ...

Published: Wednesday 28 November 1917
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1191 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. T*WO years ago even the most progressive of 1 people would have hesitated before in¬ cluding engineering in a list of Poss+lWe Pr° fessions for women. Now, not only are thousands of women employed in various departments of this particular ...

Published: Wednesday 13 December 1916
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1149 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. AWAY on the wind-swept Surrey hills a woman is carrying on work as important as any of her sex have undertaken during the war. The war, with its consequent appalling wastage of human life, has brought home to us the necessity of preserving ...

Published: Wednesday 02 January 1918
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1055 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. IT was to women, as being those who could best help in the Food Economy, that last week's S.O.S.—in other words, Save or Starve — appeals were addressed. Ordinary people who are not in food secrets have long wondered why women's ...

Published: Wednesday 09 January 1918
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1107 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. rpHE energy and enthusiasm with which 1 Italian women have thrown themselves into war-work of every description is the more remarkable when one remembers that their interest in national affairs is sometbmgthatdates back onlv a few years ...

Published: Wednesday 07 November 1917
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1079 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. TP HE Imperial War Exhibition at Burlington 1 House helps to emphasise the great and still growing share that women are taking in the war. From the purely feminine point of view, not the least interesting section of the ...

Published: Wednesday 23 January 1918
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1119 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... F ARM-WORK FOR WOMEN: A DEMONSTRATION AT KELMSCOTT, OXFORD. Photograph by Dennis Moss. THE WAR BROWNIES ON THE LAND : A CHEERFUL GROUP OF WOMEN RETURNING FROM WORK. kh — [Photograph by C.S War Brownies Is the name given to women ...

Published: Wednesday 28 June 1916
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1076 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... service during the war and created a new and splendid record of women's achievements in the battle zone. The war was still in its infancy when Dr. Inglis, then holding the post of surgeon at the Edin¬ burgh Hospital and Dispensary for Women and Children, de¬ ...

Published: Wednesday 12 December 1917
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1092 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... WOMEN AND THE WAR. PEOPLE who talk glibly about war work not seldom fail to realise that it is one thing to decide to help your country—or somebody else's—but quite another to do it, at any rate until the authorities concerned have satisfied themselves ...

Published: Wednesday 16 January 1918
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1161 | Page: 40 | Tags: none

WOMEN AND THE WAR

... long run, overcome all difficulties. A recent return of women's work shows that since the war Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son have employed over four thousand women, and that a very* large number of women are still in training, pre¬ ference being given to wives ...

Published: Wednesday 15 August 1917
Newspaper: Illustrated War News
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 1141 | Page: 40 | Tags: none