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Saturday Morning Pictures

A hundred years ago this month, the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps was founded. The first recruits – just 14 cooks and waitresses – arrived in the battlefields in France that month. By the time the war ended in November 1918, more than 57,000 women had served.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

Today we’re looking at the sumptuous snaps of Nickolas Muray: photographer, Olympic fencer and on-off lover of the artist Frida Kahlo.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

It’s time for some more history in pictures and this time we’re travelling back to the 1970s.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

It’s time for some more history in pictures and this time we’re looking at some famous faces from the 1950s.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

The 2016 Olympic Games are go, so we’re looking back at some Olympic stars of the past.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

It’s time for another trawl through history in photographs. And this week we’re looking at beach life. Because summer.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

With the world’s best tennis players about to launch themselves at Wimbledon, we thought we’d take a look at some heroines with wooden racquets.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

Between 1941 and 1943, US Office of War information photographer Alfred T Palmer took photographs of the American war effort, including these, of ‘Rosie the Riveter’ and her colleagues, at North American Aviation Corp facilities in California and Kansas.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

Seventy-five years ago, Mrs Olive Day was the subject of a series of photographs – now held by The Imperial War Museum – showing the realities of living in wartime Britain. Here are some of them.

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Saturday Morning Pictures

We’re taking another trawl through history in photographs and this week we’re focusing on the 1920s.