Women War Workers Of World War Iby Gilbert Stone
Sub-titled "Accounts contributed by representative workers of the work done by women in the more important branches of War Employment" this volume brings together the eloquent testimonies of the many women whose contribution to the survival of the United Kingdom - while men were fighting and dying in mainland Europe - led to a fundamental change in social circumstances in the years after the war was concluded.
Sir Gilbert Stone was a London barrister and noted law author who later became a prominent figure in the Indian justice system.
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