Women's Army Auxiliary Corps typing pool, 1918 (c).
Photograph, World War One (1914-1918), 1918 (c).
The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was established to free up male soldiers for front line service. Clerical duties were one of its main roles, but its personnel also cooked for and waited on officers, served as telephone operators, store-women, drivers, printers and bakers.
From album containing 55 photographs relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1918.
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National Army Museum, London
National Army Museum, Study collection
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