File:Ammunition Factory NGM-v31-p326.jpg
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English: FRENCH WOMEN WORKING IN AMMUNITION FACTORIES. Mythology relates that Jupiter, as a reward for the excellence of the thunderbolts forged by his crippled son, Vulcan, bestowed upon him the hand of the fairest of the immortals—Venus. The daughters of France have inherited their beauty from the Cytherean goddess and their skill in making modern thunderbolts of battle from the Olympian blacksmith.
|Source||300 ppi scan of the National Geographic Magazine, Volume 31 (1917), page 326.|
|Author||American Press Association.|
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