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Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sChinese representatives visiting the Inglis factory in Toronto, Canada for the occasion of the 100,000th Bren gun built, 1940s
Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sChinese representatives visiting the Inglis factory in Toronto, Canada for the occasion of the 100,000th Bren gun built, 1940s
Chinese technicians Louie Ha (left) and Wong Lim (right) speaking with Canadian factory worker Sophie Nicolak about the Chinese inscription on a newly made Bren gun, John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Chinese technicians Louie Ha (left) and Wong Lim (right) speaking with Canadian factory worker Sophie Nicolak about the Chinese inscription on a newly made Bren gun, John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker engraving Chinese characters on weapons made for export to China, John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker engraving Chinese characters on weapons made for export to China, John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sNewly completed Bren guns at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sNewly completed Bren guns at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Testing a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sVeronica
Testing a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sVeronica 'Ronnie' Foster at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
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Veronica 'Ronnie' Foster at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sVeronica 'Ronnie' Foster at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
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Veronica 'Ronnie' Foster at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sVeronica 'Ronnie' Foster at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Worker with a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sWorkers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Worker with a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sWorkers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
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Veronica 'Ronnie' Foster outside the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sVeronica 'Ronnie' Foster playing softball outside the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s

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