The WAAF

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Osprey Publishing, 2003 - History - 40 pages
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This history tells the story of the wartime Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) at work and play. They were no decorative adjunct to the RAF, but an integral working force that eventually saved the RAF 150,000 men, whose places they admirably filled. This book provides a bird's-eye view of their many roles.
  

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Contents

Before the Second World War
3
Trades
11
Everyday life
20
Bravery awards
27
The war ends
36
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Squadron Leader Beryl E Escott joined the RAF in 1961 and in her spare time edited magazines and wrote books for the service. On leaving the RAF in 1986, she started work on her first book in civil life, 'Women in Air Force Blue' a history of the servied. Widely recognised, as the leading WAAF historian.

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