One million trench mortar bombs had been produced in such record time by a small West Country arms firm that the men and women who made them had been invited to visit the practice range, where they saw their work in action. 1, A director reads the Ministry of Supply’s telegram congratulating the workers on their millionth bomb. 2, A soldier loads a bomb into one of the mortars preparatory to discharging it. 3, Women operatives riding to the range in Bren-gun-carriers . . .