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    Those known to have served with

    Womens Auxilliary Army Corps

    during the Second World War 1939-1945.

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    Mildred Mary James

    I am looking for any information you can give me of my sister, Mildred Mary James, who worked for the Woman's Auxiliary Corps, Dhanbad, India, about 1940-1945.

    If there are any photos I would love to have them please.

    William James



    Peggy Morrison

    My mother-in-law was a member of WAAC in WW2 in Canada, and is wondering what ever happened to her friend Peggy Morrison, she thinks of her often and said she was the best friend she ever had. Peggy would have married in Saint John NB or in Halifax Nova Scotia. My mother-in-law was in the wedding but her memory of events are fading. She has photos but never marked names or places on them. Any help would be wonderful.

    Jennifer









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