Images from the publication Women in the Production of Munitions in Canada highlight the participation of women workers in Canadian wartime munitions plants. Making shells required multiple parts and production steps, including machining on engine lathes. Women played a key role in filling jobs vacated by men who had enlisted for overseas service.
Women in the Production of Munitions in Canada, p. 35
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