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Ww1 guides and church window

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Girl guides practising semaphore signalling in Britain during the First World War. Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, World War One, First World, World Thinking Day, Poster Design Inspiration, Camping Activities, Girl Guides, Beautiful Mind

THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

Girl guides practising semaphore signalling in Britain during the First World War.

While legions of men toiled in WWI, women set out to solve the food crisis. Guides Uniform, Women's Land Army, Girl Guides, Women In History, World War I, Old Pictures, Wwii, Real Life, Dolores Park

Farmerettes Harvesting Peaches, 1917

Photo Credit: National Archives In time of war, American women take over the jobs left vacant by the men fighting on the war front. These jobs include the cultivation and harvesting of crops needed to feed the armed forces, the civilian population, and our allies. In WWI women (farmerettes) of all ages from schools and colleges, from professional and business offices, and from homes in towns and cities joined the farmerettes who came to the aid of farmers in 1917 an 1918. These farmerettes…

Girl Guides fold and pack laundry into baskets in the United Kingdom during the First World War. Photograph: George P. Newcastle University, Church Windows, Girl Guides, Women In History, World War I, Girl Scouts, First World, The One, Childhood

Imperial War Museums, UK; Childhood, Culture and the First World War ; Newcastle University

Girl Guides fold and pack laundry into baskets in the United Kingdom during the First World War. Photograph: George P. Lewis, 1914.

THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918 | Imperial War Museums Church Windows, Girl Guides, Britain, Museum, Museums

THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

A Girl Guide looking out for a message during an exercise in flag communications in the United Kingdom during the First World War.

During World War I, girls learned about food production and conservation, sold war bonds, worked in hospitals, and collected peach pits for use in gas mask filters. Girl Scout Troop, Girl Scouts, Civil War Photos, Camping Activities, Magnum Photos, Women In History, World War I, Historical Photos, First World

Timeline - Girl Scouts

See the milestones and major historical events that have shaped our nation and the Girl Scout Movement from our founding in 1912 through to today.

10 ways children took part in Girl Guides with a stretcher and other equipment in preparation to provide emergency help after an air raid. World War I, World History, Million Men, Public, Church Windows, Air Raid, British Soldier, Girl Guides, Wwi

10 Ways Children Took Part In The First World War

From scouting to factory work, here are 10 ways children took part in the First World War.

A Girl Guide looking out for a message during an exercise in flag communications in the United Kingdom during the First World War. Guides Uniform, Brownies Girl Guides, Camping Books, Newcastle University, Camping Activities, First Girl, World War I, Wwi, Old Pictures

THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION IN BRITAIN, 1914-1918

A Girl Guide looking out for a message during an exercise in flag communications in the United Kingdom during the First World War.

ANZAC Day teaching activity and lesson: Scavenger hunt - must have for year olds in Australia and New Zealand classrooms. Great for teaching the meaning of ANZAC day History Activities, Interactive Activities, Teaching History, Teaching Activities, Teaching Writing, Classroom Activities, Activities For Kids, Teaching Resources, Anzac Day Australia

ANZAC Day Scavenger Hunt

ANZAC Day teaching activity and lesson - must have for 8-11 year olds in Australia and New Zealand classrooms. Great for teaching the meaning of ANZAC day

Girl Guides collecting Sphagnum Moss in Orkney 1917 for WWI first aid. Orkney Archive - get dusty: April 2010 Church Windows, Girl Guides, Wwi, Girl Scouts, Old Photos, Archive, History, Daisy, Challenge

Orkney Archive - get dusty

Last night the Orkney Library and Archive was the venue for the Election Hustings which were hosted by Radio Orkney. The event was due to take place in the MacGillivray room on the first floor, but our lift broke and seemed as though it was not going to be ready in time. This would not do, as it meant that the first floor was inaccessible to any one who had difficulty negotiating stairs. So, it was decided to hold the hustings in the foyer and close the library early. This meant we had to…