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Women At War

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The wolf kept me up most of the night.So to keep my mind off the pain I surfed the web and found these.
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Now thats a turret lathe. Love them "Do rags"
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Looks like two of those girls are wearing heels thats got to hurt after eight hours.
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Now thats how to build a radial engine.......
I got some more pictures of old machine shops I'll post in a different thread later.
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Reminds me of the Old Warner & Swasey #3 I used to run many years ago.
 

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Women were the bee's knees during the war and they were nice enough too give all the good jobs back to the men when it was over. Funny thing is that men sure sh*t on the women during the next 30 years after the war...........

Pretty sad untold part of our great american history!
 
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Found a few more.
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WW2 women2.jpg WW2 women 4.jpg WW@ women 5.jpg WW@ women 6.jpg
WW2 women 7.jpg WW2 women 8.jpg
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"What did you do in the war Grandma?"
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Check out the Safety glasses, hearing protection. & STEEL TOED SHOES on the gal working on the tank tracks

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