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Production de chapeaux militaires à la Hamilton Cap Company
Nicholas Morant, photograph, Hamilton, Ontario, 1942

Another essential sector of the war industry where women played a major role was making army uniforms. In 1943-1944, 373,000 women had jobs, frequently for the first time, in Canadian manufacturing.

Nicholas Morant / National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada / PA-116094



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