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Barnbow was a munitions factory situated near the city of Leeds during the First World was officially known as National Filling Factory No. In a massive explosion killed 35 of the women who worked there.
After the declaration of war with Germany in Augustthere was suddenly an urgent need for large volumes of arms and munitions. The story of Barnbow: embodying a complete record of war work and service at the No.1 National Filling Story of Barnbow book, LeedsJno.
Hunter in English. Below is an extract from the publication How the Shells were Filled: The Story of Barnbow, making public for the first time the details of the explosion that caused the deaths of 35 women and the greatest loss of life in Leeds “It is a trite saying that accidents will.
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Search Results for: barnbow Remembering the Barnbow Tragedy: Years Ago Today by Louise Birch, Local and Family History, Leeds Central Library Leeds Central Library’s recent exhibition The Barnbow Story in Pictures used photographs taken from the munitions factory to give insight into the lives of the women who worked there.
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