100 Wonderful Women
Over 200 printed pages with 100 stories of women who’ve served in the British Army since 1917. From the first women’s corps of WAAC & QMAAC in World War One, the ATS during World War Two and through the post-war WRAC and into the present day.
Containing a broad spectrum of stories, not just the famous and well known stories and individuals but also more prosaic stories of women’s service, in a multitude of roles, from telephone switchboard operators in WW1, through to the present day where all roles across the British Army are now open to all.
The book will show that women are a valuable part of the British Army and that this has only been possible due to the dedication, hard work and sacrifice of the women who have preceded them since 1917.