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Women Manufacturing Cartridges
Nicholas Morant, photographie, Saint-Malo (Québec), avril 1942

During the Second World War, vast numbers of women entered the various war industries, especially inspecting and manufacturing munitions, as here in the Dominion Arsenal factory in Saint-Malo, Quebec.

Nicholas Morant / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada / PA-116093



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