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A CWAC saluting. In its public relations campaign, the Army stresses the positive aspects of serving in the Women's Corps, highlighting its members' professional activities, their confidence and charm. Ottawa, October 30th, 1943.

A CWAC saluting. In its public relations campaign, the Army stresses the positive aspects of serving in the Women's Corps, highlighting its members' professional activities, their confidence and charm.

Nursing sisters of No.10 Canadian General Hospital, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, having a cup of tea upon arriving at Arromanches, France, 23 July 1944 ••• Pervading style

On Tuesday – fittingly, International Women's Day – the Canadian War Museum finally put women firmly on its research agenda.

vintage everyday: Beautiful Color Pictures of Canadian Women's Army Corps during The World War II ~

vintageeveryday: “Beautiful color pictures of Canadian Women’s Army Corps during The World War II.

1941- Volunteer of the Canadian Women's Army Corps models "kepi" style cap and issue raincoat.

WWII Girl of C.W.A.C. in Winter Uniform "Kepi" Cap & Raincoat Orig Press Photo

Volunteer of the Canadian Women's Army Corps models "kepi" style cap and issue raincoat, 1941 ~

This postcard from 1945 shows the typical Service Dress of the Canadian Women's Army Corps. The war had elevated the status of women in society just as the First World War had

This postcard from 1945 shows the typical Service Dress of the Canadian Women's Army Corps. The war had elevated the status of women in society just as the First World War had ~

Marion Laura Wong (Mah) enlisted with the CWAC (Canadian Women’s Army Corps) in Vancouver, British Columbia where she was employed as a teletype keyboard operator. She was the only Chinese Canadian woman working in the Vancouver barracks of the Royal Canadian Signal Corps, then stationed out of the old Vancouver Hotel ~

Marion Laura Wong (Mah) enlisted with the CWAC (Canadian Women’s Army Corps) in Vancouver, British Columbia where she was employed as a teletype keyboard operator. She was the only Chinese Canadian woman working in the Vancouver barracks of the Royal Canadian Signal Corps, then stationed out of the old Vancouver Hotel ~

The Star Weekly At War : Blog: Wartime Wednesdays | Elinor Florence

After Canadian women were allowed to join the armed forces. Here's a Star Weekly cover image of a Canadian Women's Army Corps member (CWAC or "Quack" for short) dated February

WW2 Canadian Womens Army Corps poster

A recruiting poster of a young woman in Canadian Women's Army Corps uniform, walking proudly beside a Canadian soldier who is carrying a rifle on his shoulder.

The Canadian Women’s Army Corps, 1941-1946 | Dispatches | Learn | Canadian War Museum

The Canadian Women’s Army Corps,

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