Monday, May 7, 2018

English Educational System, School workshops, WW2

An Engineering class makes parts for Spitfires.
Junior Technical Schools give a sound technical grounding in almost any technical subject from engineering to chemistry in readiness for postwar needs. Above, Schoolboys at work in an engineering shop.  As soon as they become sufficiently skilled at the lathes and milling machines, they are entrusted with the manufacture of small parts used in fighter aircraft.
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