These Are The Weirdest Jobs From The 1940s
You thought your job was strange...
When World War Two ended the buildings of Europe and the morality of its people were disseminated.
Like many others around the continent, Britons set to work repairing their cities and their lives. Photographer Walter Nurnberg photographed people getting back to work after six years of war.
Within today's context, the black and white images make some of the 1940s weirdest jobs look incredibly eerie.
Take a look for yourself.
Inspecting Match Heads
Operating On A Dog
Holding Carbon Electrodes
Manufacturing Circuit Breakers
Preparing A Mold For Sand
Pinning Circuit Wire
Preparing A Telescope Part
Washing A Chocolate Tank
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