4 edition of Munition lasses found in the catalog.
Agnes Kate Foxwell
Describing the work at Woolwich arsenal.
|Statement||by A.K. Foxwell ...|
|LC Classifications||HD6073.M8 F6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||18003011|
Slum Travelers, edited, annotated, and with a superb introduction by Ellen Ross, collects a fascinating array of the writings of these "lady explorers," who were active in the east, south, and central London slums from around until the end of World War I. Contributors range from the well known, including Annie Besant, Sylvia Pankhurst, and Cited by: 9. about thirty shillings.3 Foxwell’s upbeat book, published in , is a good example of how social exploration genres could be used as propaganda. 72 Originally published in Munition Lasses: Six Months as Principal Overlooker in Danger Buildings (London: Hodder and Stoughton, ), chap. 4, “The Workshops: Morning.”Cited by: 9.
Barnbow lasses: Man who saved 12 in explosion honoured in Leeds. 6 December William Parkin was a mechanic at the Barnbow Munitions factory in Crossgates, Leeds, when a . Foxwell, A.K. () Munition Lasses: Six months as principal overlooker in danger buildings (London). Google Scholar Garber, M. () Vested Interests: Cross-dressing & Author: Angela Woollacott.
The United States Army divides supplies into ten numerically identifiable classes of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) uses only the first five, for which NATO allies have agreed to share a common nomenclature with each other based on a NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG). A common naming convention is reflective of the necessity for interoperability and mutual. Get this from a library! Slum travelers: ladies and London poverty, [Ellen Ross;] -- Ellen Ross has collected impressions from some of the half a million women involved in philanthropy by the s, most of them active in the London slums. The contributors include Sylvia Pankhurst.
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Labour in the munitions industries. by: Inman, Peggy Published: () On her their lives depend: munitions workers in the Great War / Angela Woollacott. by: Woollacott, Angela, Published: () Women, health and medicine / Agnes Miles.
Agnes then worked for six months as Principal Overlooker in Danger Buildings at the Munitions Factory in Woolwich. She wrote about her time in Woolwich in a book entitled “Munition Lasses: Six Months Principal Overlooker in Danger Buildings” which was published by Hodder & Stoughton, London in The Barnbow Munitions Workers by Frances Brody Frances Brody shares the history of the Barnbow workers behind her novel Somewhere Behind the Morning, published under the name Frances McNeil.
On a bitterly cold morning a year or so ago, a small crowd gathered in. On a bitterly cold morning a year or so ago, a small crowd gathered in Manston Park, Cross Gates to witness the unveiling of the new memorial commemorating the thirty-seven ‘Barnbow Lasses’ and three men killed in explosions at the Barnbow Munitions Factory in DecemberMarch and May Monica Cosens - Lloyd George's Munition Girls.
Boyd Cable - Doing Their Bit. Hall Caine - Our Girls. Foxwell - Munition Lasses. Helen Frazer - Women & War Work. Tennyson Jesse - The Sword of Deborah. Lamb - TNT Tales. Gilbert Stone - Women War Workers. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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By the s at least half a million women were involved in philanthropy, particularly in London. Slum Travelers, edited, annotated, and with a superb introduction by Ellen Ross, collects a fascinating array of the writings.
Agnes Kate Foxwell, a UCL graduate whose book Munition Lasses describes some of the dangerous but vital factory work undertaken by women during the First World War. Our work promoting the women on our shelves, and celebrating women’s suffrage, doesn’t stop at a few social media posts.
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Barnbow Munitions Factory, Leeds. by Paul Chrystal. Barnbow was a First World War munitions factory located between Cross Gates and Garforth in Leeds, officially known as National Filling Factory No.
Sadly, Barnbow is best known for the massive explosion. The Bodleian holds several monographs shedding light on the significantly changed female experience of employment during the war, including Our Girls, their work for the war (Caine, ), Lloyd George's Munition Girls (Cosens, ), Munition Lasses (Foxwell, ) and The Woman's Part: a recrod of munitions work (Yates, ).Author: Isabel Holowaty.
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The former First World War National Filling Factory in Barnbow, Leeds wh women were employed producing high-explosive shells has been protected as a scheduled monument by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England.
This protection recognises and commemorates the national importance of the factory and means that proposed. This is the photographic history of the Waffen-SS in combat on all fronts. The short six year history of the Waffen SS spanned triumph and disaster, and their story can be traced through these powerful images, which clearly document the reality of combat from to /5(8).
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About the Book Late-nineteenth-century Britain saw the privileged classes forsake society balls and gatherings to turn their considerable resources to investigating and relieving poverty. By the s at least half a million women were involved in philanthropy, particularly in London.