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Kobiety w męskich zawodach podczas II wojny światowej (7)

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FILE-- A lumberjill, part of the British Women's Timber Corps, with an axe in the Scottish Highlands in 1942. Coordinated by the Home Grown Timber Production Department, lumberjills were Rosie the Riveter's counterparts in England. They harvested timber for telegraph poles, rails for D-Day splashdowns and the pit props that bulwarked vital British coal mines. (The New York Times)
A 1942 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- Lumberjills pile up tree trunks for shipment to saw mills in the United Kingdom in 1942. Coordinated by the Home Grown Timber Production Department, lumberjills were Rosie the Riveter's counterparts in England. They harvested timber for telegraph poles, rails for D-Day splashdowns and the pit props that bulwarked vital British coal mines. (The New York Times)
A 1942 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- A unit of lumberjills starting off for a day's work in the woods in the United Kingdom in 1942. Coordinated by the Home Grown Timber Production Department, lumberjills were Rosie the Riveter's counterparts in England. They harvested timber for telegraph poles, rails for D-Day splashdowns and the pit props that bulwarked vital British coal mines. (The New York Times)
A 1942 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- Volunteers in the Women's Land Army harvesting the grain in the southern counties of Great Britain, July 1, 1942. Also called lumberjills, the women were part of the Women's Land Army, lending a hand at dairy farms, shearing sheep, and plowing fields to open new land for farming during World War II. (The New York Times)
A JULY 1, 1942 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- Wearing helmets to protect them from shrapnel, "England's farm girls carry on despite flying bombs," according to the original caption, in England, Aug. 4, 1944. Also called lumberjills, the women were part of the Women's Land Army, lending a hand at dairy farms, shearing sheep, and plowing fields to open new land for farming during World War II. (The New York Times)
AN AUG. 4, 1944 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- In this undated photo, workers in Essex, England, used "the very latest machine for planting potatoes," according to the photographer's notes. Also called lumberjills, the women were part of the Women's Land Army, lending a hand at dairy farms, shearing sheep, and plowing fields to open new land for farming during World War II. (The New York Times)
UNDATED MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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FILE-- Women, many of whom previously worked in cotton mills in Lancashire, "have reclaimed thousands of acres of swamp and bog" in Cambridgeshire, England, July 1, 1942. Also called lumberjills, the women were part of the Women's Land Army, lending a hand at dairy farms, shearing sheep, and plowing fields to open new land for farming during World War II. (The New York Times)
A JULY 1, 1942 FILE PHOTO. MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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