World War II: rare color photographs of women who brought victory closer
World War II: rare color photographs of women who brought victory closer
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Soviet nurses. Rare color photographs of women during World War II

War is fear, pain, death, devastation. And it would seem a woman there should be no room here. However, many patriotic girls selflessly go to the front or work in the rear, doing “male” work. In our review - rare color photos those who took part in Second world war.

Women's Ground Force Auxiliary Service (WAAC) military base, exercise Soviet female snipers Women's Ground Force Auxiliary Service. Women make time for makeup even during exercise Soviet female snipers Female Army Corps (WAC) soldier keeps track of instrument readings Roza Shanina, Soviet single sniper. She became the first woman to be a Knight of the Order of Glory Italian women wash clothes in the Verdi fountain. They are being watched by American nurses. June 1944 A soldier on the ship Queen Mary. November 1945 Female Military Corps officer in winter uniform Lieutenant in summer uniform. Department of Physiotherapy Female portrait Injured while walking with a nurse. North Africa Officers of the Women's Army Corps of England

In many countries, during the Second World War, there was an active propaganda of the feasible participation of women in military events. In particular, American propaganda posters demonstrated that war has a woman's face.

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