Canadian Women's Army Corps, World War 2

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1944 -1945
17.5 cm x 12.2 cm 1 Black and white photograph

Canadian Women's Army Corps, World War 2. CWAC warming themselves by an outdoor fire.

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    KilrKim67

    • 16/Oct/2009 08:14:14

    this is some historical stuff!!!!! Which existed first for women in war. Us or Canada?

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    john8abalone

    • 10/Jan/2010 16:18:57

    The previous commenter asks if Us or Canada had women in war first (As she is American presumably it doesn't matter if she meant "us" or "US" as both would be appropriate). In WW2 the answer is very definitely Canada as they entered the war 2 years ahead of the USA. In WW1 there was a similar situation. Women have, of course, been involved in war since time began - often as combatants whereas in WW2 Canadian and US servicewomen were employed only in non combatant roles.

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    Galt Museum & Archives on The Commons

    • 12/Jan/2010 23:06:53

    thanks john8abalone!

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    o_guillot

    • 19/Feb/2011 05:14:05

    Please log on Face book, and join the member of the group of support of the Canadian Museum who need to be created by Philippe GUERIN , with its marvelous collection of CWACS Uniforms, , which have tremendous difficulties to be put on display , because obstructions from French Mayor in Amblie Normandie www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Normandy-1944-Canadian-... With kind regards, Olivier GUILLOT