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RG6 E, vol. 529, file 178-B-5

RG6 E, vol. 529, file 178-B-5
Letter from Mark H. Irish of the Imperial Munitions Board to the Chief Censor, Lieutenant Colonel Ernest J. Chambers, Regarding the Use of Women as Workers in Munitions Factories, October 27, 1916
In this letter, Mark H. Irish of the Imperial Munitions Board expressed concern about how certain incidents might affect the use of women as workers in munitions factories, thus acknowledging the importance of women in industrial production.

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RG6 E, vol. 529, file 178-B-5

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