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Weaving was one of the crafts that the Quakers established at Knockaloe Camp on the Isle of Man to help occupy the internees and enable them to earn a small income.<br />
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These remarkable photos feature in a new book which highlights the crucial role volunteers played in the First World War.<br />
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Former archaeologist Sally White has shed new light on the tireless efforts of men, women and children who supported the soldiers both on the front line and at home.<br />
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They include heiress Lady Dorothie Feilding who shunned her aristocratic background to become a highly decorated volunteer nurse and ambulance driver on the Western Front.