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A sequel to this post (from almost two years ago now-- where does time go?). I always find photographs of soldiers asleep very touching. Th...

A sequel to this post (from almost two years ago now-- where does time go?). I always find photographs of soldiers asleep very touching. Th...

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Indian soldiers digging trenches, 1915. - Found via Buzzfeed

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

Women serving in the Auxiliary Army during WW1 attracted a mixed reception from the press and public. Some wives and mothers resented their male relatives being sent to danger at the Front to be replaced by women whilst newspapers suggested that improper relations took place between QMAACs and 'Tommies'. This last rumour persisted, despite an investigation and report in March 1918 by Miss Tennyson Jesse, which found that only 21 women had been sent home pregnant in the past year.

Women serving in the Auxiliary Army during WW1 attracted a mixed reception from the press and public. Some wives and mothers resented their male relatives being sent to danger at the Front to be replaced by women whilst newspapers suggested that improper relations took place between QMAACs and 'Tommies'. This last rumour persisted, despite an investigation and report in March 1918 by Miss Tennyson Jesse, which found that only 21 women had been sent home pregnant in the past year.

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