Two members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1918 (c)
Postcard, World War One (1914-1918), 1918 (c).
The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was formed in 1917 to free up valuable and experienced soldiers from the rear areas for front line service. The women of the WAAC replaced them, undertaking a variety of roles that were crucial to the war effort. These two women were probably drivers.
One of four postcards from collection of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps related items of E M Harrison.
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National Army Museum, London
National Army Museum, Study collection
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