10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WAAAF»
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Making Waves: The Story of Ruby Payne-Scott: Australian ...
Women served in many branches of the military, but the Women's Auxiliary
Australian Air Force (WAAAF) was the largest of the women's auxiliaries with a
total number of airwomen during the war of about 27,000 (Thomson 1991). The
Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939-1945
58 Elkin did meet with success with his work for the Recruiting Drive Committee
of the RAAF (NSW) on factors affecting recruiting for the Women's Auxiliary
Australian Air Force (WAAAF). His report drew letters of appreciation from the
Geoffrey G. Gray, Doug Munro, Christine Winter, 2012
185; Burnett on WAAAF, Douglas Gillison, Royal Australian Air Force 1939-1942,
Canberra, 1962, pp. 99-100; Union House, Geoffrey Blainey, A Centenary History
of the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 1957, p. 176; women students ...
Gender and War: Australians at War in the Twentieth Century
24 Significantly, while JF's negative image of the WAAAF involved both
stereotypes, female homosexuality did not rate a mention in Elkin's report on why
young women were not enlisting. The section of the report considering the role of
Joy Damousi, Marilyn Lake, 1995
Women Military Pilots of World War II: A History with ...
She was followed by Gloria Large, Violet Milstead, Marion Orr, and Elspeth
Russell Burnett.32 Canadian Virgina Lee Warren was a WASP posted to the
Romulus (Michigan) Ferry Command Base.33 According to Thompson's The
WAAAF in ...
World War II Allied Women's Services
D2: Australia: Under Officer, WAAAF; New Guinea, January 1944 After a photo of
Under Officer (Warrant Officer) Cook R.Hudson of the Women's Australian
Auxiliary Air Force on a tour of New Guinea to teach front line troops how best to
Western Memories: History and Recollections of the Western ...
Not only a vital record of the work done by the women during the national emergency, but a valuable educational reference book for students and the public alike.
Australia's Military History For Dummies
Women's Australian Auxiliary Air Force (WAAAF). Formed in March 1941 it was
the largest of the women's services, reaching a strength of 18,664 at its peak in
October 1944. More than 27,000 women served in the WAAAF, but none served ...
Anniversary Reunion: 15th to 18th March 1986, ...
Ephemera relating to the 45th anniversary of the formation of the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (1941-1986).
World War II Allied Nursing Services
On the right here is WAAAF Section Officer Allen, in blue service cap, KD shirt
and slacks, web anklets and brown boots. At left, Matron Wheatley wears the
RAAFNS white tropical ward dress with full-length nine-button front, and 'trilby'
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WAAAF»
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Australia's wartime air defence headquarters buried beneath a …
Almost 150 rostered RAAF, WAAAF, Army, Navy and Volunteer Air Corp personnel kept Australian skies safe in the HQ as soon after it was built in January 70 ... «The Daily Telegraph, Jul 15»
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Stories to tell of a Digger, Rat, WAAAF
Ms Mason said she was "extremely proud" to have been a WAAAF. "I loved my work and reached the position of sergeant before the war ended and I was ... «Port Stephens Examiner, Apr 15»
Museum's 10th birthday
The museum collection includes an extensive photographic record and many interesting artefacts including a WAAAF dress uniform in perfect condition which is ... «Northern Star, Mar 13»
Jean, a champion to all
Jean trained as a Tresilian Mothercraft Nurse and practiced in outback Queensland before joining the WAAAF in World War II. She was in the first group of eight ... «Northern Star, Oct 12»
Group Captain Sir Richard Kingsland
On a visit to a nearby fighter base, he met a WAAAF officer, Kathleen Adams, and they married shortly afterwards. He was promoted group captain at the young ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 12»
Greg aims to restore boards
Those names are: J.E. Chapple, T.J. Choate, W.H. Hooper (WAAAF), D.C. Jackson, J. Laidlaw (RAAF), C.H. Little, W.B. Martin (Sergeant), R.W. McIntosh, J.H. ... «The Gympie Times, Aug 10»
Queen of the skies
After World War II broke out, she recruited and trained women for the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF). Later she founded the Australian ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Jan 09»