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Women's Air Training Corps marching
Title : Women's Air Training Corps marching Women's Air Training Corps marching
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Source : PRG 925/13/9
Date of creation : ca. 1943
Format : Photograph
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Women's Air Training Corps marching in King William Street, with a crowd of onlookers and a marching band preceding them, c 1943.


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Women's Air Training Corps

Period : 1939-1945
Region : Adelaide city
Further reading :
Beaumont, Joan (ed.). Australia's war, 1939-1945, St. Leonards, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 1996

Bolt, Andrew. Our home front 1939-1945, Melbourne : Wilkinson Books, c1995

Clark, Rosemary. The home front: life in Australia during World War II, Melbourne: Australia Post, 1991

The Home front family album: remembering Australia 1939-1945, introduction by Nancy Keesing, Sydney: Weldon, 1991

McKernan, Michael. All in! : Australia during the second world war, Melbourne, Vic. : Nelson, 1983

Sabretache, vol. 27, no. 4, 1986, pp. 24-28, 'The Women's Air Training Corps: a World War 2 women's auxiliary' by B. J. Videon, B. J.
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