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Nurses in front of a WC-54 Ambulance at Camp Bowie, Texas. From top to bottom: Second Lieutenants Clara A. Young, Eula M. Awbrey, Freda M. Martin, and Elizabeth T. Kramer (April 1943) ~

Nurses in front of a WC-54 Ambulance at Camp Bowie, Texas. From top to bottom: Second Lieutenants Clara A. Young, Eula M. Awbrey, Freda M. Martin, and Elizabeth T. Kramer (April 1943) ~

Miss June Perry (WLA 1943-1946)

Miss June Perry (WLA 1943-1946)

Албина Мали-Хочевар. Жизнь и судьба героической партизанки Югославии. | PEN | Яндекс Дзен

Албина Мали-Хочевар родилась в сентябре 1925 года в многодетной семье рабочих в городе Винице, которая находилась близ Чрномля. Отец был лапотником-зарабатывал на пропитание созданием и продажей опанчар-национальной кожаной обуви южных славян, в основном один из элементов сербской национальной одежды. Мать была простой работницей. Когда Альбина подросла, её семья переехала в ближайший югославский городок Чрномель. Там она поступила в местную школу, где проучилась до третьего класса. Далее, в…

Reproduction of a Women’s WWI Motor Corps of America Uniform | Sew Decades Ago

I first saw these pictures on Pinterest….and couldn’t stop staring! From that moment I knew that someday I would re-create this unique and beautiful uniform of the Women’s League …

[Photo] WASP cadets Leonora Anderson and Mildred Axton show off the oversized and ill-fitting jump suits provided to the WASP program, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, May 1943. | World War II Database

[Photo] WASP cadets Leonora Anderson and Mildred Axton show off the oversized and ill-fitting jump suits provided to the WASP program, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, May 1943. | World War II Database

Women arrive for work at a factory in Edmonton, September 1943. Description from legionmagazine.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

When we think of war we usually think of men—and now women as well—fighting battles on land and sea and in the air. All too often we forget that for these combatants to fight millions of people are required to work behind the front line to provide them with supplies of food, clothing and weaponry and to fill positions the combatants occupied before joining the armed forces. In Canada, during the Second World War, this vital role was filled by hundreds of thousands of women on the home…