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The Labour Gazette regularly published details of the extent to which Germany substituted female for male workers. See also Hansard, Vol. 72, col. Maxwell. 11. Hansard, Vol. 71, col. Robertson. 12. Hansard, Vol. 71, col. Robertson. 13. Rosamund Smith, ‘Women and munitions work’, Women’s Industrial News, April 1916, p. 14. 14. Hansard, Vol. 71, col. 563. 15. Women’s Industrial News, January 1916, p. 116. 16. Hansard, Vol. 71, col. 563. 17. Hansard, Vol. 74, col. 300. 18. Hansard, Vol. 72, col. McNeil.
In November 1915 the Board of Trade and the Board of Agriculture set up an interdepartmental committee ‘to consider utilising to the full the reserve of women’s labour’. 42 Their exact functions varied from area to area, but were all concerned with facilitating the increased employment of women: in Todmorden, a house-to-house canvas found enough women textile workers to restart 400 looms in the cotton industry; the Bristol Committee persuaded unemployed women to train in men’s work in the boot and shoe trade, while in other areas suitable lodgings and transport were organized for women workers.
40 and 55. Other trades into which women were admitted into men’s jobs in 1915 included printing, bleaching, dyeing, woodworking, biscuit and pastry baking, wholesale clothing and bootmaking, earthenware and china manufacturing. In 1916 they also included lace making, hosiery finishing, printing, silver plate, cutlery and brush making. 69. Women’s Industrial News, 1917, p. 7. Women’s unskilled factory work included occupations such as sweet making, pickle making and tea and tobacco packing. Orders were also made regulating the wages of women on WORKING FOR WOMEN?
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