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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.
These remarkable photos feature in a new book which highlights the crucial role volunteers played in the First World War.
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.
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.