I like how this painting by Edmund Dulac illustrates the importance of uniformity within fashion during the early 20th century (1917). On the painting you will find a member of the Land Army, a nurse and a munitions worker.
Christchurch Nurses' Memorial Chapel window. This window commemorates the loss of almost 500 N.Z. Nurses, officers and War patients when the ship was torpedoed on 23-10-1915 in the Aegean Sea. Photo taken by Bernard.
Edmund Dulac（1882-1953)：Rubaiyat/Angel of the drink of Darkness 1909 エドマンド・デュラック：ルバイヤート/闇のドリンクの天使 黒衣の女性に注目
Due infermiere nella prima guerra mondiale. Nurses WWI. Elsie Knocker and Mairi Chisholm (https://pinterest.com/pin/287386019947567264), two women from Great Britain who worked close to enemy fire in Belgium and were decorated with the Chevalier of the Order of Leopold II by King Albert for their courageous efforts.