Why we should remember the first world war’s female munitions workers

The vital contribution of the ‘girls who stirred the devil’s porridge’ to Britain’s first world war victory has long been overlooked

Women loading the nitration pans at Gretna munitions factory in Scotland in 1915. Photograph: Science & Society Picture Librar/SSPL

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